Originally Posted by chris_lacey
I love having a tach. IMO most guys on Harleys are keeping the revs too slow to be in the meat of the torque band.
I agree. I took the bike out for an extended play-time yesterday (it was 70 and sunny in December!!) I found myself reving it higher than I normally would for sure.
I am not super crazy about the way this particular tach behaves though. It bounces around a little more than I would prefer. I have never had a non-factory tach on a bike before, so maybe it is normal. But, it tends to wiggle within a 2-300 RPM range all the time until you wind it up aroun 4500 or so, then it
I guess it works well enough. I mean, how accurate does it really need to be? But, I am pretty easily distracted.