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    seadoo multifanctional gauge center install on xpl

    Good day to all,


    Has anyone successfully rewired on an xpl a gsx ltd multi gauge and made it work.
    If so what did he plugged in and out at the pins of the mpem, any guidance info would be great!!


    P.S. Dual coil ignition.



    Thank you in advance

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    Re: seadoo multifanctional gauge center install on xpl

    Ive done a conversion using 97 GSX 787 multi-function gauge onto my 99 GSX Limited. You will have to read up on the schematics on both skis, and would be wise to print them out so you can compare them side by side. Start here for the schematics >> http://www.seadoosource.com/gaugeinfo.html

    Also, will you be eliminating the oem analog gauges? Because the multi-function digital gauges has every gauge that came stock with the XP-L.

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    Re: seadoo multifanctional gauge center install on xpl

    Yes I want to eliminate all analog ones. I only want the digital tach to be honest from the multi gauge.
    Also here is another though I have.
    EGT uses battery and grey wire connection and it directly shows the RPM in the digital gauge.
    What if I get an aftermarket digital 2 stroke tach just like the one below and directly feed power from battery and grey wire for signal.
    You think it might work ?
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/LED-Motorcy...9O3:rk:4:-Pf:0

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