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ReneZ

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Hi, I'm looking for the original speedo part that holds the connector pins (round ones). It doesn't matter if the dials don't work / are removed, but the blue flexible connection part must be good. Thanks, Rene Zwart.


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Greetings from Florida! Having a 'new' K  :cyclops:    Surprised-o: 

Rene


BMW K100 - 1985 (0030029) WTB original speedo part with connector pins Rain
BMW K1200GT - 2003 (ZK01223)
    

Crazy Frog

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Rene,
I know somebody having one, but they are traveling in NL/Germany for the next 2 months Embarassed


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WTB original speedo part with connector pins Frog15WTB original speedo part with connector pins Logo2101986 k75, 1985 K100rt, 1985 K100rt/EML GT2 sidecar, 1999 K1200lt/Hannigan Astro Sport sidecar.
    

ReneZ

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Thanks Bert. I should be there beginning of August, but I'm sure your party didn't put it in their suitcases. So much for that.
I made the mistake of using a newer speedo for some time and now can't get the old one to properly make contact. I've tried to flatten the pins to widen them in the contact area, but no 'consistent' luck sofar.


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Greetings from Florida! Having a 'new' K  :cyclops:    Surprised-o: 

Rene


BMW K100 - 1985 (0030029) WTB original speedo part with connector pins Rain
BMW K1200GT - 2003 (ZK01223)
    

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robinm

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I am going through a similar issue, I have just had 2 speedos apart today, 1 early one with the flat pins and a later one with the round pins,. there is actually quite a number of differences inside and swapping over the circuit board and connector is not a straightforward as it might seem. What I did in the end was to put a slight bend in each pin, One to the left then one to the right, etc. When I say slight, I mean slight, just the smallest bend. The connector plug now is a nice tight fit and everything works fine. I also put a piece of high density foam between the connection cover and the connectors, again to hold the connectors firm, all seems good.

    

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A good treatment with DeoxIT is worth trying, especially on all the circuit board connections
Regards,
K-BIKE

    

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