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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-13-2017, 01:36 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy 2010 Duke 690 using newer Speedometer not compatible?

Hi, my speedometer on my Duke 690 (2010 yr) is dead due to water corrosion . However I managed to find a newer good condition speedometer from a 2013 Duke 690 (ABS).

Everything works fine except the speed and the trip are inaccurate. For example if I am traveling at 80kmh, speedo will shows 9kmh or if I am traveling at 50km the speedo will shows 6kmh.

Also if I have traveled 100km in distance it trip mileage only shows 6.7km.

May I know how to solve these problems? Rewiring? Speed sensor (ABS) not compatible? Any tips? Thanks!

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-13-2017, 06:00 PM
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This is not a problem. It is a viable excuse to go faster.

Seriously, I think finding a solution will be a struggle.
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I tested further this time. Seriously everything is working such as low fuel warning, turn signal indication, neutral light, engine temperature, rev indicator, clock and etc. Except speed and trip!

I think is the speed sensor located at the front wheel is different. Probably the newer duke with ABS works differently. Seriously no one encountered this before (swap/use newer speedo) and successfully solve this problem?
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You need something like a Speedo-Healer but whether you could adapt one I have no idea.

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If its fitted exactly the same position and contacts with the other part of the sensor the same it might be different electrical spec.How about some pics of the mounting position?

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Here are the pictures of 2010 Duke 690 disc brake. You will notice that it's non ABS and the sensor detects the six bolts (the ones holding the disc to the rim) for speed and trip calculations. The current Duke's sensor looks and mounted differently.

The second pic you will see the flat sensor with two screws. The third pic showing the sensor can be mounted on another position (outward) maybe for mounting ABS type disc.
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This picture shows the current Duke with ABS. It detects the speed using the ABS round disk (the one with many tiny holes). Not sure if I put one into my duke will work or not because I did noticed that my sensor can be position differently if you look at the third pic above.
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i did not get my bearings from your pics .
One thing is for sure.
the 07-11 models didnt change much
12-15 same
16-current.

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SPEEDOMETER SENSOR 06


2012(no15) abs sensor only, the speedo sensor is not available.(atleast i could not readily find it in parts.

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When speedo sensor for 2012 is searched(its not available in the same instrument search when searching 2010 speedo sensor.

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Thanks for the information. The first pic shows the older duke speed sensor and the second pic shows the newer speed sensor (integrated with ABS).

Actually you have already found it in the diagram under 2012(no15) abs sensor only.
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