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Old 12-07-2012, 02:52 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I got my tacho kit today and installed it in about 20 min. It's very simple and easy. The A9828007 kit comes with the tach and cup, rubber grommet, black dual gauge panel and mounting hardware. Basically you take out the four bolts holding your speedo panel on, turn it over and take off the idiot light dust cover and speedo cup and unplug the two connectors and take it off the bike. Place the grommet from the speedo and the new one in the new panel and put in your gauges. Then plug them up to the bike, grey to the speedo and the light brown to the tach. Put the cups on with the acorn nuts and tighten them. Mount the panel to the bike with just the new shorter bolts and thats it. Kudos to Jack Lilley Triumph for getting the kit from the UK to me in VA in 3 days once they got it from Triumph.
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Old 12-08-2012, 11:12 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Glad you got it sorted. Jack Lilley are good, if a little pricey, but I don't mind paying a bit extra for good service.
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Old 12-08-2012, 11:38 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Old 12-11-2012, 05:28 PM   #14 (permalink)
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taking delivery of my 2013 Bonneville in March. My product number is a9938042 tach and speedo upgrade
This part number seems incorrect. I think it's the old one as it's referenced with older bonnevilles. Can you confirm so we don't get misinformation on here? I'm 99% sure you have the wrong P/N. I have a 2013 and I feel it hasn't changed since 2011/12 model years and a9828007 is still correct.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:00 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Triumph Bonneville Tachometer Conversion, A9938042
Replacement gauge assembly, reuses the existing speedometer*but adds a tachometer to the*instrument cluster so that you can be aware of your RPM levels for best shifting
Using Triumph Genuine Parts assures that you will have everything you need to install and fitment will be perfect with*no suprises
Keeps the classic Bonneville stying intact
For Bonneville and Bonneville T100 only, EFI and non-EFI models.
Hope this helps, if not I will contact my dealer for further info.
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oh bugger, just seen the post, I could have saved you loads of time. I design speedos & tacho for various vehicles - Smiths




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Triumph Bonneville Tachometer Conversion, A9938042
Replacement gauge assembly, reuses the existing speedometer*but adds a tachometer to the*instrument cluster so that you can be aware of your RPM levels for best shifting
Using Triumph Genuine Parts assures that you will have everything you need to install and fitment will be perfect with*no suprises
Keeps the classic Bonneville stying intact
For Bonneville and Bonneville T100 only, EFI and non-EFI models.
Hope this helps, if not I will contact my dealer for further info.
Joei, I hope that works for you, but I've a feeling it won't. That part number is for older bikes. Just quoting the marketing guff doesn't help - it's Triumph that have it wrong (apparently). See here:
http://www.triumphrat.net/twins-talk...12-bonnie.html
http://www.triumphrat.net/twins-tech...-tach-kit.html
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