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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-04-2019, 12:36 PM Thread Starter
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re: 1000 speed sensor

Hi guys, I am doing a custom build and want to install a csxr 1000 3 wire speed sensor to a rotoscope pro, here is my question, do I just connect to power, and ground then signal wire to the motoscope pro or is there something I am missing?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-04-2019, 01:49 PM
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Re: 1000 speed sensor

csxr 1000? Is that the Chinese clone? The sensor output just switches between 0 and the supply voltage. It ought to work as long as the rotoscope/motoscope pro is OK with a 12 V signal.
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csxr 1000? Is that the Chinese clone? The sensor output just switches between 0 and the supply voltage. It ought to work as long as the rotoscope/motoscope pro is OK with a 12 V signal.


Funny guy, that was a typo, are you saying that there is no need to worry, does it work different on the 1000 GSXR, and is there a way to test the sensor to see if it works?
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Re: 1000 speed sensor

"is there a way to test the sensor to see if it works?"

Yes. See a service manual. The test procedure is described in the Electrical>Combination meter>Inspection>Speed Sensor section. You need a voltmeter, 12 V supply, 10 kΩ resistor, and a screwdriver. I think that Suzuki has been using the same sensor on many models for some time.
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