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Old 07-13-2009, 04:05 PM   #1
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Speedohealer V4 Install 08

If you arent lucky enough to get hold of some Honda OEM speedo sensor plugs then you can wire-up your Speedohealer with two 3-way connectors.
These i bought from Kojaycat on ebay UK but apparently i should of got marine waterproof 3-way connectors.





Whichever Speedohealer cable you have (i had one off my GSXR600) you can cut the plugs off and Healtech provide a installation guide http://www.speedohealer.com/your_pic...r1000rr_08.pdf


To do this mod you really need to get under your fuel tank, this can be done easy by undoing all 4 tank bolts and moving the tank to one side. Cover your frame with a towel so it doesnt get scratched like mine did.




Like it says in the Healtech Guide, cut off the speedo sensor plug then once re-wired it should look similar to this




The final bit is the hardest, wiring the harness wires to the connector, because their is little room to manouver under the tank. Saying that, i did manage to solder the terminals on.

The beauty of using two 3-way connectors over Healtechs method, is the Speedohealer cable can be removed at any point and the old sensor cable can be simply reconnected.



Ive not done a sprocket convertion yet but the indicated -5.2% has put my Fireblades speedo just +2mph over at a 90mph motorway cruise, compared to my tomtom sat nav speed.
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how far does it read up to?
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my bike speedo goes upto 178mph, but i dont know if the speedohealer will help the bike go past the European 178mph restriction.
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how far does it read up to?
The speedohealer just adjust the signal, so whatever your speedo will go up to.
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my bike speedo goes upto 178mph, but i dont know if the speedohealer will help the bike go past the European 178mph restriction.
You can use the speedohealer to get past the restriction by putting in an insanely huge correction factor. That way when you are doing 200mph your speedo and ecu will think you going 150mph (just making up numbers here to illustrate my point). So, you won't know how fast you are going unless someone is using radar to clock you or you've got a GPS on your bike recording the speed. This is documented somewhere on there website and possibly in their user guide.
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so if theres a restriction you could also just unhook the speedo right?
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so if theres a restriction you could also just unhook the speedo right?
Maybe, but how would you know how fast you were going.

Previous top speed run showed 178 which was really about 160mph

I should try another high speed run, see if i can hit a real 178mph with the healer on, or will it limit me to 160mph.

My mates GSXR750 topped out at 178 on the speedo too.
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I have a 09 1000rr the signal wire on my sensor broke off the speedo went to 0 and the check engine light came on and the bike ran like shit barely made it home.i put the speedohealer on and on program b i put in -90% and on my gps i reached 192mph. with the bazzaz system. slipon exhaust,opp racing carbon fiber air tubes, bmc air filter,hrc velocity stacks.at lower speeds with the speedo healer it is real close. to actual speed but at high speeds its not . i set the program A at -11.4 when my gps reads 154mph my speedometer reads 132 i dont know why.
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