Bullet Motorcycle Smith Speedometer White Dial
Bullet Motorcycle Smith Speedometer White Dial
Bullet Motorcycle Smith Speedometer White Dial
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Bullet Motorcycle Smith Speedometer White Dial

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Bullet Motorcycle Smith Speedometer White Dial

Suitable for Royal Enfield Old Model Bullet Standard
Item Code-346

A Smith speedometer for a motorcycle is a classic and reliable instrument used to measure the speed of the vehicle. Smiths Industries, originally known for their precision instruments, has been a prominent manufacturer of speedometers and other gauges for motorcycles, particularly vintage and classic models.

Features of Smith Speedometers for Motorcycles

  1. Classic Design: Smith speedometers often feature a vintage look with a large, easy-to-read dial and classic styling that complements older motorcycles.

  2. Accuracy: Known for their precision, these speedometers provide accurate readings, which is essential for safe riding.

  3. Durability: Made with high-quality materials, Smith speedometers are designed to withstand the rigors of motorcycling, including exposure to the elements and vibrations.

  4. Mechanical and Electronic Options: Depending on the model and era, Smith speedometers can be either mechanical or electronic. Mechanical speedometers are driven by a cable connected to the motorcycle’s wheel, while electronic versions use sensors and wiring.

  5. Compatibility: These speedometers are often designed to be compatible with specific motorcycle brands and models, particularly British motorcycles like Triumph, Norton, and BSA.

Installing a Smith Speedometer

  1. Identify the Type: Determine whether you have a mechanical or electronic speedometer. This will dictate the installation process and the components needed.

  2. Gather Tools and Parts: You will need the speedometer, a drive cable or sensor (depending on the type), mounting brackets, and basic tools like screwdrivers and wrenches.

  3. Mounting: Secure the speedometer to the handlebars or the dash of your motorcycle using the appropriate mounting brackets.

  4. Connection:

    • For mechanical speedometers, connect the drive cable to the speedometer and then to the drive unit on the wheel or gearbox.
    • For electronic speedometers, connect the sensor to the appropriate location on the motorcycle and wire it to the speedometer.
  5. Calibration: Ensure the speedometer is calibrated correctly. This may involve adjusting the drive cable or sensor placement, and some electronic models might have a calibration process.

Maintenance

Regular maintenance of your Smith speedometer includes:

  • Checking and tightening all connections.
  • Lubricating the drive cable for mechanical models.
  • Ensuring the sensor is clean and properly aligned for electronic models.