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 Posted: 11-25-2014 04:22 am
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Location: Little Chute, Wisconsin USA
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I did the Spiyda kit on my tach last year. Easy if you're comfortable with a soldering iron... took about a half hour.

The wiring doesn't change "much". Basically:

(a) the ground wire stays where it is

(b)you take the two wires with the bullet connectors (the one from 12V+ and the one going to the coil) and bypass the tach by connecting them together inside the dash (one is male and one female which makes it easy) instead of plugging them into the tach, and

(c) you run one new wire from the tach to the V- side of the coil. You will need one bullet connector for this, I believe it is male but I'm going by memory.

It's that easy.