KOSO Gauges for Harley-Davidson Road Glide and Street Glide Baggers
KOSO, a leading manufacturer of motorcycle gauges for aftermarket companies and major OEMs, has introduced the 6-piece HD-02 plug-and-play gauge package for Harley-Davidson Road Glide and Street Glide baggers.A perfect fit in 2004 to 2013 FLHT, FLHX and FLTR’s stock dash housings, the kit includes matching, 4-inch multi-function speedometer and tachometer duo with an integrated gear position indicator, as well as 2-inch oil pressure and ambient temperature gauges, a voltmeter and a fuel gauge. Each is also available individually.
Utilizing OEM connectors, installation requires no drilling or rewiring. For a custom look, the gauges come with a choice of silver or black bezels. Their unique reverse-LCD screens display illuminated digits–which can be lit in a rider’s choice of red or blue–against black backgrounds.The HD-02 gauges and KOSO’s extensive, 300-product line of gauges and accessories can be purchased directly at KosoNorthAmerica.com and at dealers throughout North America.For more information, please visit KosoNorthAmerica.com, call 877-777-0604 or email email@example.com. To keep up on the latest in motorcycle electronics, follow the company on You Tube, Facebook and subscribe to its newsletter.
Custom-looking gauge package
Fits 2004 to 2013 Harley-Davidson FLHT, FLHX and FLTR baggers
Plug-and-play gauge set that fits in Harleys’ stock instrument housing
Reverse-LCD display offers choice of red or blue digits on black backgrounds
Available with black or silver bezels
Sold as a 6-piece kit or individually
Size: 4 inches
Speed Range: 0-225 mph / 0-360 km/h
Odometer Range: 0- 621,000 miles / 999,999 km
Tripmeter Range: 0-9999.9 km
Clock: 24 hour
Indicator lights: Fuel, check engine, gear position, volt and anti-theft
Size: 4 inches
RPM Range: 0-8000 rpm
Gear positions: N, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Engine Temperature Indicator: 0-255° F / -17-123° C
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