jimmy53 wrote:whats a speedohealer how does it work and where can i pick one up
dragon2000 wrote:jimmy53 wrote:whats a speedohealer how does it work and where can i pick one up
I believe this is what you are looking for. Where I have the Garmin 550 GPS and can select speed, the difference between the Garmin & bike is +4 MPH higher on my GW.
One poster on the GWS website mentioned he put a Dunlop E3 70 size tire to correct his speedometer. It did correct his speedometer however noticed it changed the handling characteristics of the bike a lot. So much so he went back to the Dunlop E3 60 size.
I was also going to go with the 70 size tire to correct the speed. After reading the GWS post for the 70 size I didn't. That said, I am going to get the unit below and install it over the winter.
That's funny, because most of them I'd bet have GPS, and can see they have a speedo problem. I'd believe the GPS before the speedo.ernest62 wrote:I put a Speedohealer on my ST1300. It was easy to install and itworked great. It was also easy to adjust. I don't' think I'll bother putting one on my wing though. I ride with a group alot and I was the only one with the corrected speedo so when others thought we were speeding, I could see that we weren't even up to the speed limit. I found that frustrating.