What exactly do you mean by that?...Now i got some speed display for less than 1 sec ....
That is not a signature of the map issue - with the map issue, it may occasionally not work when first started, but if you turn off and re-start after a short ride it typically will. It will either work - or not- for an entire ignition-on cycle; it will not be erratic or intermittent or erroneous, nor start/stop to work without turning the ignition off. And it either reads perfectly or zero for that entire power-on cycle.my speedo started to read crazy and finally nothing.
So I'm not sure if you mean the bike's rear end, or having your butt prepared in advance. I read it as the former initially, but now I'm actually thinking you meant the latterBut this gives me time to order parts so they're here for when I can work on it..
The bike has 8600 miles on it and was owned by an older gentleman. It's sat since last August.. Given this scenario, what would you suggest I order to have my rear end ready when I can put it on the stand and fix this puppy??
I'm guessing the same on the drive plate. Hard to tell... The front tire is far from new, so it had to have worked for a while.. I spoke to the former owner last week and he said the sensor had been replaced a couple years ago..The broken tab (although annoying) is no big deal functionally.
As for the issue, it sounds most likely the drive plate was not engaged in the slots of the rotor.
That is EXACTLY what causes the issue and was a fundamentally flawed feature of the software..... Seems like the speedometer is only working when the battery is absolutely 100%, which shouldn't be the case....
Those numbers are for complete Speedo Drive assemblies for the Tiger and for the Daytona/Triple respectively - NOT the "aluminum ring"Triumph Part number for Tiger is #T2001200
Aluminium ring available for Sprint/Daytona/Triple is #T2001110
Sorry to drag this thread up. I have an early T595. Does this mean I can just junk the rear sensor? I'm looking at putting on a digital dash so I guess the mechanical one can go too?Yes, early T595 had these - was un-utilized. I'm not sure what Triumph had intended for this but never executed on it.
Anyway, won't work for several reasons
1) the bikes these are on have mechanical speedo and it's not there on those later models with electronic speedo;
2) Even if utilized, the ratio would be off and a speed-healer would be required.