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hi what is the easiest way to connect a remote tachometer to a 1500 wing.The multimeter type. The wing is a 1988

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You will have to hook it up to one of the coils. On the 1500 that migt involve a bit of stripping.
 
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Hey FitzAl :waving: Update your profile please and let us know your LOCATION. :stumped:

You are a "Guru" so you should be leading by example. :crying:

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If you have a tachometer with the extra lead & crocodile clip, you can clamp it onto a plug lead. If the tach scale doesn't have readings for 6 cylinders it's just a matter of dividing by 2 (if it's a 4-cylinder scale on the tach) and addingthat to the total.
 

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The plug lead method is not as accurate as connecting to a coil, but it's close enough (usually within 5%). If this is related to Glenns high fuel consumption I'd say it's going to be a case of pulling the carbs anyway.
 
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Hey Grouchomax :waving: Please update your profile and complete your LOCATION. :whip: You joined the forum on day one so you should have this completed long ago. :crying:

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