It suggest that both have an error, just not the same percentage of error.
nice save.I knew what was said...my statements weren't meant to show intelligence. It was meant as a "wise-a$$" remark.:mrgreen:
With all the technical innovations and know-how and everything else y'all expect from Japan/Honda, they put out a product with crappy speedo that don't read right despite it's "advance electronics" design:lol:
I was only making an example of how intelligence have nothing to do with common sense:thumbup:
Besides, as a rule more "educated" people get, the less "common sense" they retain :thumbup:
Yea, this is what REALLY creeps me out.It suggest that both have an error, just not the same percentage of error.
+1I never look at the Speedometer on the 1300R or 1800N while riding.
The speedo it on the tank, and wearing a full faced helmet it is not really in my operating field of view.
I opted to used a GPS unit mounted on the bars between the risers instead.
Looking down at your speedometer can be deadly.