Cheers everyone for the feedback!
I had a feeling that vibrations must be causing the problem, but I never thought about my clip-ons being the prime culprits as you suggested
. This may also explain why Moto Trio haven't had any other complaints with the bracket, maybe most other users are installing it with a stock handlebar set up?
Also, vibrations would explain why the speedo seems to work at low speeds and then goes haywire at prolonged higher speeds/motorway riding.
There are three rubber tap washers that are installed in the stock speedo bracket, which you swap out and plug into the Moto Trio bracket before bolting the speedo back to it. Obviously in my case, and with my set up, this hasn't been enough to dampen the vibrations.
I've been looking online to try and find some more of these rubber type plugs/washers to maybe try some at the other of the bracket as well, where it mounts up into the handlebar risers, to give some extra dampening as you suggested
but I can't find any anywhere! If anyone has any suggestions?
I will definitely try some bar end weights, and returning my handlebars to a stock set up to see what effects this has. I will need to order the bar end weights online so it may take some time, but I will report the results back to this thread!
- Thanks for your feedback. I would love to know - do you have a stock handlebar set up on your Street Twin?