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Old 12-29-2013, 06:20 PM   #1
Israel Torres
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Join Date: Dec 2013
Location: Irvine, CA
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Experience: 1 year

Bike(s):
'13 Ninja 300 ABS






Thumbs up HealTech GPDS K04 gear indicator

Back in July (a few months after I had gotten my bike) I picked up the HealTech GPDS K04 gear indicator in green from Blue Monkey Motorsports for my '13 Ninja 300 ABS and have loved it ever since. It's something that a learner bike should have IMHO because it helps the rider focus on making sure they are in the right gear without having to continually check the RPMs and speed to calculate the optimal gearů especially at least knowing they are at the final gear. It's a real quality product. I still use it to this day and recommend it to everyone.

Here's the kit:


Here it is installed:


This baby was super easy to install - it uses the diagnostic port in the tail so it just plugs in and boots up with the bike's ignition and even does a count with the rest of the lights flashing around. It doesn't need to learn anything as it is doing a direct reading of what the ECU is saying which surprises me that Kawasaki decided to save a few cents by not adding it to the cluster. The information is there just not visible.

Blue Monkey Motorsports has been additionally helpful in follow-up support questions namely Todd Robinson; he knows his stuff. Any time I think about buying a new component for my bike I check the Blue Monkey Motorsports site first.

If you have any questions about this product let me know
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