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Old 1st February 2007, 00:17   #1
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Lightbulb Pulsar Digital Meter on my Eliminator

Hi Guys,
wanted to know if we can install Pulser Digital Meter on my Eliminator...
if yes how much will it cost...
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Old 1st February 2007, 00:43   #2
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I don't think it's possible, and even if it is, wouldn't it look bad on an eliminator?
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Old 1st February 2007, 00:59   #3
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btw why do you wanna put it on a eliminator.....
would really take away the charm of it.....
or if you planning to put the pulsar headlight assembly also....lol
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Old 1st February 2007, 01:15   #4
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Pulser headlight on eliminator that was a good joke...ha ha ha

well thought it might look good on the bike...
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HEy.. Eliminator looks good this way man!!!

Its already a very good looking bike... Just keeping it all shiny and bling bling... My personal opinion is that pulsar meter on eliminator is just a waste of money...

Now, as far as the costs as concerned... Its should costs around 4k... Why waste that much just for this???
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Old 1st February 2007, 21:17   #6
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seriously,pulsar console on avenger?it will look way out of place and its a headache to fit on it.You want a digital speedo on the avenger?get a sigma digital speedo instead,more accurate,wont spoil the looks of you bike,cost lesser.
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i think the new pulsar console looks very nice . im just interesting in figuring out how u fit it . what are the parts that u have bought ? do u have the sensor that mounts on the axel , another bush like thing on the wheel , then the box that sits under the speedo that converts the sensor read into digital figures and what about the tacho . does ur eliminator CDI have a taco out ? i think the avenger and eliminator CDI's must be different . do u have a wiring diagram with u ?
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Old 3rd February 2007, 16:23   #8
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hey i heard somewhere that the digital speedo cost around 8k+fitting.....
so i think if u have that much extra money why don't you use it for something else.....
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Naah man...8k is way too much.

The meter cost 1.k and the sensor is 750 bucks. Get both of them from Bajaj and I'm sure you know someone good who could fit them in a coupla hundreds for you.
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it costs around 2.5K give or take a few hundreds for the equipment and the install of the pulsar meters . get em done
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Old 5th February 2007, 13:32   #11
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the eliminator looks good the way it is...but i feel the company should have given a fule guage...
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Old 5th February 2007, 19:16   #12
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Instead of trying all this, get a K&N filter and upjet ur bike for more performance
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about airfilter... he will haev to cut the airbox

abt digi thingy; it would only work right if the rim size of both bikes are same as its calibrated for pulsar's (17 inch?)

a tacho would be a nice add-on
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Old 9th February 2007, 18:36   #14
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Zulfikar, i say go for it. The console will cost you around 2200 and the sending unit (which sits on the front wheel) will cost you around 300. The Eli has a 17" front wheel so the speed shown would be accurate. The rpm meter would work on the Eliminator CDI.

You'll have to worry about red 'shift light' lighting up at the wrong rpms.
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i wanted it to look like this

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