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I purchased an after market tach for my 2005 Kingpin. Does any one know if there is a tach signal wire on the bike? If so, what color is it and where is it located? Thanks for any info.
 

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Come On guys, help me out here. Someone must have hooked up a tach on a Victory Kingpin.
 

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Hi Louie, i read a lot of threads about guys installing aftermarket tachometer .. You should searching this forum, i think you will find brands & hook up information ...

Hope somebody can chip in ...
 

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I just plugged into a vacant plug in the headlight on my 2010 Vegas.
 

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Yeah I töo went with a genuine OEM tach
 

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Hi:

Did it work? I am looking to do the same but the OEM tach and Dakota Digital are way to expensive. I am thinking something more like the TrailTech or the Equus:


Trail Tech || TTO Tach-Hour Meter


http://www.autozone.com/gauges-and-gauge-accessories/tachometer/equus-2-1-2-in-electric-tachometer/256085_0_0/?checkfit=true
The factory OEM tach is made to plug straight in and bolt straight on.
It works and looks like part of the bike.
You can't go past it and buy it from Paulie @HondaEastToledo and you'll get a great deal.
 

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I think the Vic tach is 199 U$D .... Plug and play baby, a 10 minute job ....

But an aftermarket one could give you a serious headache
 
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