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    Anyone have the Endurance temp gauge?

    The Koso and OPMID get pretty expensive when adding the handlebar clamp mount. I'm also looking for daytime readability and I think even the OPMID v2 with green LED is still harder to read than the grey LCD with black lettering...

    I came across this one which even has a backlight. Anyone tried it?

    https://japan.webike.net/products/23337407.html

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    There is the v1 OPMID avail for less still with mount, US$85 before shipping.

    https://japan.webike.net/products/21722769.html

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    I went with OPMID because most people say it's the most accurate temp gauge out there.

    I went with the V2 without mount. The green LEDs do suck, but it is what it is. It works and it gives me the peace of mind I was looking for.

    https://store.hardracing.com/cart.ph...oduct_id=30018
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    You could do a trail tech gauge, measure heat from the cylinder head via spark plug,,,, Cheaper than Opmid, Koso, twice as ez to install and better accuracy

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    Not a bad option either dubSolo...

    I've found the Koso for $77 currently as well, so keeping my options open.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/323745119062

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubSolo View Post
    You could do a trail tech gauge, measure heat from the cylinder head via spark plug,,,, Cheaper than Opmid, Koso, twice as ez to install and better accuracy

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    Doing a bit more research, seems the Trail Tech TTO gauges are non-replaceable battery. Rated for 5 years but once it dies, it's throwaway? Not sure I'm keen on that.

    eBay seller for the Koso gauge and handlebar top clamp is US$126 shipped. I will probably shop around a bit more I think and/or wait for used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDN Grom View Post
    Doing a bit more research, seems the Trail Tech TTO gauges are non-replaceable battery. Rated for 5 years but once it dies, it's throwaway? Not sure I'm keen on that.
    Yeah, sucks not being able to change the battery. Its so simple to install Ive written it off as a wear and tear item, will only have had to change it twice in 10 yrs.

    Hopefully lol

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    Ordered the Koso gauge from webike Japan and the slim mount off eBay.

    I'll post an update in my build thread once arrived and installed.
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