I've never used either but It is always good to support a site sponsor and motomummy has free shipping, fast shipping, and very good prices so i say listen to steve.I would say go with SpeedoDRD over speedohealer.
You can get it directly from Motomummy.
:cheersI've never used either but It is always good to support a site sponsor and motomummy has free shipping, fast shipping, and very good prices so i say listen to steve.
If there is any bad connection, inspect the plugs for any bent pins and spray some WD-40 in the plugs. (This is basically true for any electronic device on the bike). If the problem persists, contact us for warranty replacement.I have a Speedohealer on mine and is very simple. The only prob I ever had with it is sometimes my speedo jumps all over the place bcuz of bad connection from the plug adapter to the box. I just haver to unplug it then put it back in, then all fixed.
Had any of you speedohealer people have this prob at times?
Other than that issue, I love it.
This and the price is why I went with SpeedoDRD. Works great.My 9 year old son installed my SpeedoDRD. I read the comparison website and I think it's greatly biased, but does have valid points. I just think all the negative things they say about the SpeedoDRD still don't justify the price difference.
I thought it was funny that one of the first things they say is about the long lead and keeping it away from water. Then go on to say "completely water proof". Ok.... so which part matters?
IMHO. The small size of the DRD makes it easier to install and conceal. There is no way water is going to get into this thing unless the bike is submerged. The little circuit board is extremely tough, so it doesn't need protection. Vibrations will travel through the hard case of the speedohealer, so that's a mute point. And for ease of programming? How often do you need to reprogram? Basicly, all the extra "features" offered don't add any real value.