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Help On TrailTech Vapor

Postby pjgutierrez111 » Sat Jun 15, 2013 2:37 am

So I recently called trailtech and they told me to get the 502 model, so I did. Now, I was wondering if I could get any pointers on what to do. I know the guide says it all, but still, feedback from some cat owners would be cool. The coolant temp sensor is an easy on, the speed one looks rather challenging; how did you guys hook yours up? Tach, did you guys wrap it around the wire? If so, how do you like it? And are there any specifics steps I should take that might have been overlooked? And with the direct power to the battery, what does it mean by using a fuse for the positive line? That threw me off, so if I could get some help it'd be much appreciated!
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Help On TrailTech Vapor

Postby BassAckwards » Sat Jun 15, 2013 9:15 pm

I haven't used one on a cat but I have one on my KTM 300 that I converted street legal.

The KTMs have a pre-tapped hole in the caliper mount that the speedometer sensor screws into. I'm not sure about the other methods but I held my magnet on with clear silicone because I have an aftermarket 310mm front brake and there isn't a pre-drilled hole for the clip on magnet like the stock KTM rotors.

Water temp is self explanatory like you said.

RPM sensor I hooked to the coil and it explains how to set it for 2-stroke vs 4-stroke etc in the manual.

I didn't add a fuse on the positive line I just tied it directly to the battery and it makes for a brighter screen!

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Re: Help On TrailTech Vapor

Postby Savagegarden » Sat Aug 01, 2015 5:43 am

i am having the same issues like the poster above ... please help
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Re: Help On TrailTech Vapor

Postby zero420 » Mon Aug 10, 2015 2:39 pm

Did the remidies from BassAckwards not help? Care to elaborate as to where your questions lie.

BassAckwards wrote:I haven't used one on a cat but I have one on my KTM 300 that I converted street legal.

The KTMs have a pre-tapped hole in the caliper mount that the speedometer sensor screws into. I'm not sure about the other methods but I held my magnet on with clear silicone because I have an aftermarket 310mm front brake and there isn't a pre-drilled hole for the clip on magnet like the stock KTM rotors.

Water temp is self explanatory like you said.

RPM sensor I hooked to the coil and it explains how to set it for 2-stroke vs 4-stroke etc in the manual.

I didn't add a fuse on the positive line I just tied it directly to the battery and it makes for a brighter screen!

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