Yoshimura Progress 2 Oil Temperature Gauge – Measures outside temperature.

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Yoshimura Progress 2 Oil Temperature Gauge – Measures outside temperature.

My CBX is equipped with a Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge. In its current state, it has two temperature sensors, a voltage sensor, and a clock.
Previously, I had one temp sensor left on my Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge, so I thought it would be nice to be able to measure the outside temperature.
A sensor that can measure outside temperature was sold at an auction at a low price.
If you leave the temp sensor of the Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge exposed to air without connecting it to anything, you can probably measure the outside temperature, but this item was much cleaner and made a good impression. There is a name value called [Yoshimura]. This type has a cool logo and a sense of luxury.
If it has the [YOSHIMURA] logo on it, it will give you the best performance.
Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge is a long-selling and extremely popular product. Similar products are also sold at lower prices.
In Japan, many people want to install the Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge.
Yoshimura does not sell products exclusively for CBX.
I have a strong feeling that BITO is more closely related to CBX.
I have heard that Mr. Bito, the representative of BITO, also has a close relationship with Mr. Yoshimura.
Unfortunately, this does not mean that Yoshimura and CBX are related.
It would be nice if Yoshimura would also supply special parts for the CBX, but that doesn't seem likely. They probably won't supply parts for the CBX, but I have a feeling they'll release something like Progress 3 or Progress 2ex eventually.

Work explanation

Motorcycle wiring is easy. First-timers are not good at it.
Riders who are not confident can ask a friend to do the work for them.
You will need to pay a labor fee if you ask the shop to do it for you.
However, if you ask a shop to do the work for you, the work may be sloppy.
Wiring work is not visible, so it may not be a thorough job.
The wiring work is best done by amateurs.
Please plan to install the Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge at the same time as changing the oil.
The sensor is installed at the oil drain bolt.
Decide in advance where to install the Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge.
Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge mounting stays are also sold by many manufacturers.
You need to think about where to install it cool.
Yoshimura Progress 2 temperature sensor
Yoshimura Progress 2 temperature sensor
Yoshimura Progress 2 temperature sensor
Yoshimura Progress 2 temperature sensor
There was one cable left over from the Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge sensor. I installed a sensor that can measure the outside temperature.
Yoshimura Progress 2-Oil temperature
Yoshimura Progress 2-Oil temperature
Yoshimura Progress 2-Outside temperature
Yoshimura Progress 2-Outside temperature
The first one is connected to the oil drain bolt. The second one measures the outside temperature.
Yoshimura Progress 2-Sensor
Yoshimura Progress 2-Sensor
This is a photo of the CBX oil pan. The sensor is difficult to see when attached to the oil drain port. I will mount it somewhere inconspicuous.
The stay of Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge is made of Woodstock. Install the Yoshimura Progress 2 oil temperature gauge in a cool manner.

Yoshimura Progress 2 Oil Temperature Gauge – Measures outside temperature.【summary】

About 20 years ago, I thought that this meter did not suit old motorcycles.
Nowadays, black and white LCDs seem to have a retro feel to them.
Rather than having good performance, it's usability is very high, such as the clock, battery, and battery operation.
If you are riding an old air-cooled motorcycle, please install an oil temperature gauge.
You may not be able to tell if there is an engine problem just by checking the oil temperature,
You may be able to detect an abnormality, such as when the oil temperature rises differently than usual, or when the oil temperature does not rise easily.
In some cases, you may be able to know in advance of a problem such as running out of oil.
In addition, visibility at night, including the clock, is also quite good.
You don't need a clock or voltmeter, but it's very convenient to have one.
This is a long-selling product. It has probably been updated over a long period of time, so
It is also highly reliable.
If you are interested, this is an item you should definitely wear.
Well then! See you again!
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