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Good morning and happy holidays. I hope someone can help…I just purchased a 22 Low Rider ST and the tiny “do everything” screen on the handlebar riser isn’t my favorite way to see the RPMs. I’d really like to know if the Low Rider S big analog looking tach will “plug and play” into my ST and if so anyone have any thoughts on a riser mount? The Low Rider S tachometer riser mount has too steep of an angle to use.

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I don't agree with the tach mount being too steep to use. I put the 22 LRS gauge on my 21 LRS. The angle is perfect IMO. And yes, it is plug and play. I did have to buy the single gauge harness, but since you already have a single [digital] gauge, you're set there.

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Thank you for your reply. It looks like the tach is a plug and play but the risers and handlebars are different on the ST and looking at both bikes parked next to each other the mount looks to bolt right up but since the bars come back further on the ST the S tach mount would have the tach factory facing the tank.
 

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Thank you for your reply. It looks like the tach is a plug and play but the risers and handlebars are different on the ST and looking at both bikes parked next to each other the mount looks to bolt right up but since the bars come back further on the ST the S tach mount would have the tach factory facing the tank.
Aah, gotcha.

You'd have to go with straight risers. If you want to keep the pullback, you can use a relocation kit like this one from Kraus that would move the handlebars closer to you.

 
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