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Question couple o' questions

i seem to remember reading that a speedo healer cancels out the gear indicator on an 08 10r, also, can i do +2 with the stock chain and stock front sprocket?
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i meant to ask is it true that it cancels out the gear indicator
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not sure about the speedo healer canceling a gear indicator, but yes you can go +2 in the rear with a stock chain and you might as well go -1 on the front while you are at it...
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i was thinking of doing that, but thought i might try -1/stock, or stock/+2 first. reading some of the stuff on here it might end up being too muchh for me. i guess we will see
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well in case you didnt know -1 is about the same as +3 in the rear
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yeah, but i dont know much about this kind of stuff, and everyone seemes to do -1/+2 for some reason. is one better than the other?
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The speedo heeler does not interfere with the gear indicator.
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sweet. thank you
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The speedo heeler does not interfere with the gear indicator.
:iamwithst It accepts signals from the speed sensor and converts the pulses to show the right Speed when programed right in the Speedohealer the the guage reads the pulses and coverts it to the proper display on your gauge.

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