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post #1 of 18 Old 04-27-2019, 04:36 AM Thread Starter
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Another 'Tacho' question

OK, long story short, had this given, it's new and won't fit an enfield, so..


Has anybody fitted one to a '9T?


Are the Wunderlich Instructions any thing to go by? (https://www.wunderlich.de/shop/data/...2203-15173.pdf)


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I don't remember anyone on the forum fitting an aftermarket tacho, although there have been a few custom builders that have.
You need to know if it will be compatible with the Canbus, although I don't really know what that entails.
As a side note, the manufacturer Motogadget who make the Motoscope Pro for the nineT also have analogue style gauges that are not compatible, so there must be something to think about there!

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Thanks captain, I'll look into this and see what I can do.

If I can get it to work, then I'll post again in the projects section. Just don't hold your breath...

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Wunderlich has really good customer service. They have always provided me with more info then I needed. Maybe shoot them an email.

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Update and closure on this ,


I've played with the tacho, and found out why it wouldn't work on my mates Enfield...
...it appears to be a dead clock!


My mates contacted the vendor and managed to get a refund.


Now where's that Wunderlich address?.....
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I used an email address on found on their Wunderlich America website. It was so long ago I don't remember the address. But I did find this on the Wunderlich.de site. That's probably closer to your region. I did not see a Wunderlich UK.

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Thanks captain, I'll look into this and see what I can do.

If I can get it to work, then I'll post again in the projects section. Just don't hold your breath...
Speaking of Wunderlich and tachos, I seem to remember that they did a small aftermarket tacho to add to the UGS (hope my memory ain't playing tricks again!) and that wasn't extortionate on the wallet. Looks would be subjective but I thought it looked presentable.

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Nippy Normans have it listed.
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Yes they do, and I have one on order.

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Final, final post, or maybe not...


....Wunderlich tacho arrived and is now fitted.





Worst part was hooking up the sensor wire...

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