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Posted a couple new pics in Rob's nifty Pred gallery. No, this isn't a hangar queen, it's ripped on at least twice a week...mud and everything. Those simple green type cleaner, and a $80 pressure washer do wonders. By the way, that tach can be programmed for 1-6 ignition pulses...virtually works on anything. You can shut off the tach, and just run the programmed shift-light too. I'll go lay by my dish now. :D
 

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Hey Ken what exhaust are you using. I noticed the very polished looking head pipes. By the way very trick Pred. Hope to follow in your footsteps when I get mine soon. Thanks Mike R.
 

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Mike, that's the stock head-pipe, just had it Jet-hot coated. I run the W/B Pure Polaris silencer. Thans for the comments. :D
 

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****..looks great Ken!

How much extra do you think it would be for the red or blue LED's? Can you get any pics of the different colors?
 

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As I remember, the last quote from my distributor was $20 extra for red, and $30 for the blue. I can get them, but with that much added ching just for color, I didn't think it was something people would want to spend money on. With the yellow, I don't even need to look down. Just using the peripheral vision, it's the next best thing to a true headsup display.
 

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Where can I buy ur stuff? I really like it. Is the carbon fiber stuff available yet?
 

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****, that is alot more!

One more thing, i know you've tested them and you said about the two year warrenty..but any idea on how these tachs are gonna work in winter conditions? I mean will i have to take this off for the winter, do to frezzeing? will it affect the speed of the tach? Thanks!
 

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Troylee, my website was messed up the other night by me. There is still a page there that shows the aluminum scoops, and the tach. The carbon fiber gear is too costly, and time consuming to market. jetblastgear.com

Scott, that's a great question. Duh, even living in the north country I didn't think of that. I'll call the factories engineering dept. on Monday and find out. I'm making a post-it note, but if I don't get it posted remind me please.

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Ken
 

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Thats too bad, I'd really like to have that carbon stuff, it looks kickass.
 

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Will do Ken! Although it'll take some time to remind ya..want me to send ya an email? im leaving first thing tomorow moring going to PEI for vacation for a week..keep us posted though!
 

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Even with no one to remind me...snicker, snicker, I finally remembered to contact the tech dept. The tach was proven from -40 up to 85 degrees Celsius...in other words darn cold, and bakin' hot. Also the LED's intensity is also adjustable, the pic I posted was on the bright setting. Time to ride!!! zoom, zoom. :D
 

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Cool..thanks Ken! I just got back from vacation..PEI..great place, but NO QUADS! I seen DS650, and that was at the drag strip..he ran a [email protected] bad! But it was modified..he didnt say with what though.

Anyways..glad to know about the tach!
 

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I gotta warn ya, the shift light on it's highest setting (3 brightness levels) is kinda nuts at night. People can actually see your helmet and goggles light up from the reflection. :D You never have to look down, unless you want to check what the instant digital readout is saying.
 
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