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MW "DIGITAL SPEEDO" CUSTOM HANDLEBAR CLAMP & MINI METER BRACKETS

These unique design, CNC machined billet aluminum Custom handlebar clampsfeature a very small lighted digital speedo that can be switched from KPH into MPH and also gives trip and time. All kits come with a electronic wheel sensor and can be programmed for use with any wheel size by following the easy to read multi-lingual instructions. Can also be connected to transmission mount electric speedo drive when ZPN741469 adapter kit is used. These handlebar clamps are designed for use with MW meter brackets. Flat meter brackets fitted in an angle of 40° for excellent visibility. When you want the meters fitted flat you can use the 40° angle brackets. Meter brackets are available to take single or dual MMB mini meters such as tacho, Volt meter or mini instrument panel or Auto Meter tacho's. Handlebar clamps fit 1973 to present Harley models models with 3 1/2" (89mm) center-to-center risers with offset mounting holes. Note: All parts are sold separately, not as a kit.

Specifications

Article number Description Retail price Add to cart
710424 Handlebar clamp with digital speedo 2 004,23 kr 1 002,19 kr
710434 Bracket for 40° mounting of a single 48mm diameter instrument 526,89 kr
710436 Cup for MMB or other 48mm diameter tacho, clock, Volt meter or instrument panel 526,89 kr
Note: All parts are sold separately, not as a kit.
Article number Description Retail price Add to cart
710435 Bracket for 40° angled mounting of dual 48mm diameter instruments 583,77 kr
710429 Cup with cable hole for 48mm diameter cable driven speedo 526,89 kr
710436 Cup for MMB or other 48mm diameter tacho, clock, Volt meter or instrument panel 526,89 kr

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