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Hi

New to the group, got an original Valkyrie and and new version :)

Looking to install a Daytona Digital tachometer on my 97 GL1500C

I'm going to connect to the pulse cable that fed the original clock

Can any kind person let me know the number of pulses per revolution

Many thanks
 

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Hi

New to the group, got an original Valkyrie and and new version :)

Looking to install a Daytona Digital tachometer on my 97 GL1500C

I'm going to connect to the pulse cable that fed the original clock

Can any kind person let me know the number of pulses per revolution

Many thanks
I'm confused. Are you saying you are going to wire it to the wiring that comes from the pulse generators?
 

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There is an existing pulse signal wire that connected to the original clocks.... I’m going to use that as the signal for the new tachometer
 

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There is an existing pulse signal wire that connected to the original clocks.... I’m going to use that as the signal for the new tachometer
Not sure anyone ever asked that before and I can not find anything in my service manual. I would say that maybe the best way to find out would be if you probe the signal wire with a meter that can measure frequency or hertz. I would caution to use a good quality meter as the wire goes to the PCM. You should use a meter with high impedance as if you use a cheapy it could short the PCM out. A Fluke meter or equal would do fine. Hope this helps a little.
 
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