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post #1 of 8 Old 06-30-2011, 05:32 PM Thread Starter
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Okay with our new Canadian friend and her 599 on board I love the look of her gauges. So if they are stock can I pic them up off of any OEM dealer and then How would one go about installing it on the 919? Thanks
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post #2 of 8 Old 06-30-2011, 05:41 PM
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Maybe this is similar to the F4i gauge swap that others have done and documented.

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you wont get proper fuel ammount reading... the 919 fuel pump does not have that capability.

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you wont get proper fuel ammount reading... the 919 fuel pump does not have that capability.
Didn't someone come up with a fix for that though ?
One that could reapplied ?
Or was that temp gauge?
I can't remember all the details.

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Couldn't you use a 599's fuel pump?

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Couldn't you use a 599's fuel pump?
I thought 599's were carbureted therefore no fuel pump



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Lol true. I think I read that as well

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It doesn't have anything to do with the fuel pump. It's the fuel sending unit in the tank. Rob Tharlson came up with a fix so that you can still get a low fuel indication but not to adapt to the the fuel gauge to show a proper amount of fuel. I don't have any idea if speed, RPM's, signals, and high/low indicator would adapt either. You might take a look at the Koso gauges, they are made to be universal.

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