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post #1 of 9 Old 09-14-2014, 01:48 PM Thread Starter
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Twitchy Tach 919?

Loving my 919 after 2K miles. THe speedo is solid. The tach is twitching a few hundred rpms. Not swinging, just twitchy.

For those with experience - is this a don't worry about it deal? Marker of something serious to come? Uh Oh?

Just looking for some experience here. Thanks

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post #2 of 9 Old 09-14-2014, 01:51 PM
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It should be smooth, I would check your wiring harness connections.

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Yea mine doesen't jump at all check to see if the harness is pluged in properly.

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Thanks guys. So where do you think? Like at the tach? Is there a connection somewhere along the length of the body someone can direct me to? Thanks again.

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Connector in the headlight bucket I believe.

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Thanks. I have been digging around in there lately. I'll do a tidy up.

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At idle or through the rev range? 919s have a lopey idle

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Thats a good question. It was doing it while holding steady speeds and revs.

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so you're saying the tach was twitching while the actual rpms werent?

whats does your bike idle at? does the tach twitch while idle?

Is the tach twitching while you are riding it at a steady speed?

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