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You may want to check out the RE Owners Forum (royalenfieldowners.com). Look at the Classics section and someone there has fitted an analogue tacho on the Classic in the location the Tripper GPS would be. The photo look quite smart.

As for the gear position indication, I've not seen anything. I'm quite happy to just have neutral indication and rely on engine noise/speed to decide when to change gear.
 

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You may want to check out the RE Owners Forum (royalenfieldowners.com). Look at the Classics section and someone there has fitted an analogue tacho on the Classic in the location the Tripper GPS would be. The photo look quite smart.

As for the gear position indication, I've not seen anything. I'm quite happy to just have neutral indication and rely on engine noise/speed to decide when to change gear.
Very helpful many thanks! Don.
 

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A bit cheeky Jack, I like these features, as provided on my last five or so bikes and my also current Himi! Bye. PS. Another contributor has already reported a Tacho having one fitted on a Classic 350 hence my trying to track down please note, should others communicate.
 

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I myself know that the bike is simple and was meant to be a simplistic fun riding machine hence the low price tag.that being said you should be able to put whatever you like on your bike.enjoy the ride. That is what it is all about anyway. am I right??
 
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