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I need a speedo drive for my bike.
I was told that the 88+(750) and 89+(1100) speedo drives will not work with my speedo.
I have the 20mm axle, 93 wheels, and 94 forks.
Will the 88 1100 drive work?(it used a 20mm axle)
Or will it not fit(too big/small) for the axle/wheel space?
 

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Originally posted by 1109:
Ill Buy the 88 750 gear off you if you have it.I need it for my wheels.
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">I had borrowed the rotors speedo drive and wheel spacer from my roommates 84 Katana 750 with 88 GSXR front end.
he needed them back to sell the bike.
 

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Originally posted by karl_1052:
cool, does the 92-94 drive connect to the 86 speedo?
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">That's why you'll need a speedo cable from a 92-94. You'll see that it plugs into the driver(at the axle)and then it has an identicle fitting at the speedometer as the '86.

Did we have the conversation about wheel size vs. speedo error? If we didn't, don't worry about it. It will read your speed to the safe side. In other words, you'll be going slower than the speedo indicates by only 1-5mph depending on your actual speed. Greater margin of % error as you go faster.
 

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Originally posted by karl_1052:
I need a speedo drive for my bike.
I was told that the 88+(750) and 89+(1100) speedo drives will not work with my speedo.
I have the 20mm axle, 93 wheels, and 94 forks.
Will the 88 1100 drive work?(it used a 20mm axle)
Or will it not fit(too big/small) for the axle/wheel space?
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">If you have a 93 front wheel, you'll need a drive for a 93 (92-94 work too) AND you'll need a new speedo cable for a 93. Then it will all work.
 
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