Triumph Bobber Speedometer
As most bikers would agree, speed is everything (within the legal limits, of course). For some riders, the love for speed goes way beyond how fast the wheels can move, with many opting to replace their standard speedometer with something a little more upmarket. Simply put, a speedometer is a device that measures the speed of your vehicle. It’s much the same as the one you can find on any car dashboard and displays the speed you’re moving at all times. Although it is not mandatory in absolutely every region, it is a must-have safety feature for any rider, and, in our opinion, should never be removed from the bike altogether.
Why would I want a Triumph Bobber Speedometer?
While you should never ride speedometer free, we understand that many of our clients opt for one that’s a little on the lighter side, or that easier on the eye than the standard model. Let’s just say you’re working on reducing the weight of your Triumph Bobber but you’re not sure which accessory to play around with next. Well, the speedometer could be a great choice. Not only could an analog Triumph Bobber Speedometer add a retro touch to your ride, but it could also work wonders when it comes to maneuvering by helping you reach that optimal weight. The great news is that Triumph Bobber speedometers aren’t just available for new models. We at Tamarit Motorcycles have a range of models that are valid for your Triumph Bobber. However, it is important to keep in mind that there’s no one-size-fits all option. Triumph Bobber speedometers are dependent on the fuel management type, Carb or EFI, and the year as mentioned. This is largely due to the fact that some models may need a need a signal converter into analogue or digital.
Digital Triumph Bobber Speedometers are available to everyone
Age is nothing but a number when it comes to Triumph Bobber speedometers. That’s because thanks to signal converters (commonly referred to as ECUs) even the oldest of models can have a digital speedometer fitted to them. That said, it’s worth bearing in mind that this is likely to push up the price a little as you’ll essentially be needing two devices as opposed to one. It’s certainly worth the investment though since you can even find models that provides every kind of info about the status of your motorcycle, the fuel, the range, and the trip.
When in doubt about your speedometer, get in touch with the team
We know that with so many Triumph Bobber speedometer options available it can be a little difficult to make a decision or to see things clearly. It’s worth taking some time to chat with a member of the team about your reasons for investing in a new speedometer so that they can recommend the right option for you. Wanting a little extra information? Fill in a contact form online and we’ll do our best to get back to you as soon as we can.
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