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Speedo serial data


I have a 2005 sv1000s that I have just put a new front end on and would like to put a small speedo on since it will remain a streetfighter now. Cowl does not fit with new clip ons any way. I am good at troubleshooting electronics but ecu hacking and serial data streams are completely foreign. I have an LCD trail tech speedo laying around the garage which would be nice to use since it is free, or I have a first gen iPod touch that I don't use that I think would be cool if I could make it work. I'm sure something like an adruino board would work but don't know anything about them. I am all for learning as much as possible and don't mind research but I have no idea where to start. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you



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Any reading material suggestions? Anything?

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Start with wiring diagram and try to figure out what type of connection. And from where.
Much reading about speedo signals here on the forum also.

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Suzuki dashes of that era usually have a direct speedo sensor input, a tach signal input for rpm and use the serial data stream for engine temp, error codes etc.

You can query the SDS and get all that info and more from the serial.

Search for SDS and should find plenty of threads with the info you are looking for.

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