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Application: 100% brand new high-quality motorcycle dashboard, specially designed for CB400 CB400SF MC31 1995-1998 motorcycle dashboard, supporting various original motorcycle instrument functions. The perfect solution for the following situations, such as the instrument is scratched or not working properly, it can be a good replacement or repair of the original broken or broken instrument.
Multi-function: with odometer (maximum 999999KM)/meter/speedometer (maximum 180Km/h)/tachometer (maximum 14x1000R/min). Support original functions, such as oil temperature/water temperature alarm, oil level gauge (FâE), SIDE STAND indicator/fog light/turn signal indicator/backlight, etc.
Easy to install: The plug with buckle design ensures a firm and stable connection, even on rugged roads without disconnection or power failure. Plug and play, install and start working. The installation can be completed in a short time and hardly any mechanical knowledge is required.
High-quality materials: using high-quality ABS plastic, with heat resistance, surface hardness, high elasticity and toughness, improved electrical performance, wear resistance, and good waterproof performance. Good materials can effectively increase the service life of the product. We are confident in the quality of our products.
Service: We are responsible for the product and believe in the quality of the product. Professional functions and high reliability bring you a different experience and ensure the satisfaction of each customer. If you have any questions about our products, we will answer you at any time.
Specification: Item Type: Motorcycle Gauge Cluster Material: ABS Installation Instructions: Plug and play, install and can start working Fitment: for CB400 CB400SF MC31 1995â1998
Package List: 1 x Motorcycle Gauges Assembly 1 x Manual
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