Bike Software Mobile Data Gauge For Harley
Author : Darnell Garcia Austria
Submitted : 2012-08-25 Word Count : 334 Popularity: Not Rated
Tags: Harley Davidson, Harley Davidson motorcycles
Some accessories we install on our motorbikes are pure form with limited purpose. Still, here is a device that allows you to maximize the capabilities of the mobile phone you'd regularly keep in bag as you cruise. The GaugeFace Data gauge will let you to use your own iPhone (3G, 3GS, 4) or iPod touch (3rd and 4th gen) to interface with the motorbike's ECM and display important bike info on the mounted cell phone. A few of the readouts prepared to the biker are the following a speed meter, tachometer, engine temp, gear indicator, turning signal lights, compass, battery voltage, and, my favorite for stoplight to stoplight blasts, a programmable shift light.
The pack contains the correct ECM cable harness adaptor along with a long pigtail, that may be sent to your seat area. A word of caution here: you should not route the wires next to high-voltage motorcycle devices like the ignition coils or spark plug wires to avoid feasible electric disturbance. The GaugeFace tool charges your smartphone even when it is attached and the motor is running. The free iTunes app delivers many theme designs to choose from. One more priceless reward is the capability to access your motorcycle's analysis trouble codes. For the DIY tech, the GaugeFace can be an priceless instrument in accurately diagnosing problems and repairing your bike.
I often tried a popular RAM holster, which secures on the handlebar with U-bolts and contains a pair of rotating joint parts so we could adjust the correct position if required. The cradle secures my iPhone 4 snugly.
Before we breakup, I just want to tell you how important life is. Having a bike can be an ultimate accountability. So if you set up an H-D, you should definitely put in high quality parts and components like Z Bars, grips, wires, tires, and a lot more. This ensures your safety so have a happy ride!
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To make sure about your safety, habitually replace only prime quality parts for your motorcycles like tires, cabling, z bars, harley grips, and a lot more. Low-priced second-rate items can put you in risk.
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