Voltmeter

Mak10

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Mine is a 2016 and does not have a voltmeter. I do believe the 2020 dash/meter assembly is the same.
A popular add on is a usb-voltmeter either in the cigarette lighter jack or separate. Sorry for the poor pictures D818FEB7-D805-455C-9C37-B72C2FDDD887.jpegF20457C3-981E-4340-9DB9-A2AF21B23CC2.jpeg
 

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A nice thing to do, is take a white paint and make the buttons on the left more readable. Cheap and much easier to read.
 

Mak10

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And it doesn’t have to be white. Any color that is your choice. White just shows up well.
 

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Gonna do mine in tan, to match my bike! Thanks for the idea. I cant see those letters most times and end up resetting my tripmeter when I try to turn traction control off...
 

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Yeah, cobalt wouldn't do me much good. But, silver would show up well . . . . and match the trim color
 

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I just joined the super 10 club today, but I had a Tracer 900 previously. Where was this suggestion 3 years ago when I picked up my Tracer. This is an amazing way of solving that. Thank you for the idea of using white silicone, that is just excellent. Going to do my S10 this evening after dinner.




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Does the 2020 super tenere dash have a voltmeter?
Hi
I bought a brand new 2020 model last year and there is not a voltmeter...
I don't want to hijack (?) this thread but I am really curious...
Why have you changed the Tracer?
Last year I walked into the dealer wanting to trade my Yamaha xv950 with a Tracer 900 that I have tried a previous time but then I gave a Tenere a chance and I knew it that I have had found what I was looking for...
I am just curious that's all...
 

Darkstar77

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Hi
I bought a brand new 2020 model last year and there is not a voltmeter...
I don't want to hijack (?) this thread but I am really curious...
Why have you changed the Tracer?
Last year I walked into the dealer wanting to trade my Yamaha xv950 with a Tracer 900 that I have tried a previous time but then I gave a Tenere a chance and I knew it that I have had found what I was looking for...
I am just curious that's all...
I'm tall, and I couldn't quite get the ergos to fit me. In addition I now have a 2-up with me most of the time, and while we were making it work, it wasn't comfy enough long distance. I switched mainly for the additional room, and a more sedate touring ride.

That aside, it is the first bike I've traded in that I was sorry to see go. That CP3 motor is amazing. If you get one, spring for the GT model, because the non GT needs lots of work. Invest in a Corbin saddle too, because the stock one is a brick with a thin layer of foam and vinly on it; it's a torture device. That engine though; damn it's fun. Look for a demo day next year, and try one. I had previously rode the S10 several times in 2019, and was already familiar with it. The S10 is capable of nearly the same performance, it's just a little slower to wind up and go.
 

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I'm tall, and I couldn't quite get the ergos to fit me. In addition I now have a 2-up with me most of the time, and while we were making it work, it wasn't comfy enough long distance. I switched mainly for the additional room, and a more sedate touring ride.

That aside, it is the first bike I've traded in that I was sorry to see go. That CP3 motor is amazing. If you get one, spring for the GT model, because the non GT needs lots of work. Invest in a Corbin saddle too, because the stock one is a brick with a thin layer of foam and vinly on it; it's a torture device. That engine though; damn it's fun. Look for a demo day next year, and try one. I had previously rode the S10 several times in 2019, and was already familiar with it. The S10 is capable of nearly the same performance, it's just a little slower to wind up and go.
Thanx a lot for the reply.
I am more than happy with the S 10, it does suit my riding style perfectly.
I was just wondering what have made you changing your idea, that's all...
Thank you for finding the time to answer me.
Enjoy your new ride!!!
 
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