:think: Hi guys, a bit confused as to why my 2000 funduro has a clock on the instrument panel whre all others I have seen pictured have a temperature gauge.The clymer manual also lists the bike with a clock.Is it reletively simple to convert?
Tonight when I left work, the temp gauge on my Funduro shot all the way up to the red, and then settled down about halfway up the gauge.
Now I know it was definately not that hot! Could it be a faulty temp sender? Are these expensive?
Can anyone please tell me if the clock from the later Funduro's will fit straight into the hole that has the temp gauge on the earlier ones?
Also, what do the later models do with their engine temp gauge? Do they have one? Is it recomended that I remove mine?
Ta in advance!
Even poxy 125cc scooters have a water-temperature gauge.
But not the F650.....
I'd like to know things are getting hot BEFORE the emergency light comes on.
The Aprillia Pegaso (late models) DOES have a gauge.
Has anyone tried fitting the bits to an F650?
Any thoughts or ideas???
I have been wanting to mount a clock and outside/air temp gauge on my dash for ages, but can't seem to find anything suitable.
I need something small that will fit on the Funduro's dash somewhere, but I can't seem to find a unit that has both temp and time that will fit.
Does anyone have any...