New Harley-Davidson Analog Speedo/Tach Combo

This new Combination Analog Speedometer/Tachometer ($299.95) from Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Accessories monitors engine speed without adding a handlebar-mounted tach. The speedometer and tachometer pointers sweep clockwise over a spun-aluminum face to provide a “gauge within a gauge” look.

Push-button adjustable backlighting offers more than 600 color-tone options, to adjust pointer, LCD and backlighting colors to match any paint scheme or viewing preference! The LCD information screen displays odometer/tripmeter data, miles-to-empty readings, a segmented fuel display, and a gear-position indicator. The unit mounts in the stock dash opening and is a direct plug-in installation. Kit includes a data transfer cable to upload initial mileage at time of installation.

This Combination Analog Speedometer/Tachometer fits 2009-later Dyna®, 2008-2010 Softail®, and 2008-later Road King® models equipped with a 5-inch Speedometer ($259.95) 2011 Softail models equipped with a 5-inch speedometer ($299.95) See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for fitment details.

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15 Responses to “New Harley-Davidson Analog Speedo/Tach Combo”


  1. 1 Wiz Mar 29th, 2011 at 11:40 pm

    Does it tell you the time ‘an temperature in, let’s say, Casablanca? YUK-YUK!! Wiz

  2. 2 Keith Stone & Kiki Mar 30th, 2011 at 12:28 am

    Very cool !! Looks good, and im sure works good !!!! Somewhat strange I think,, shouldn’t it come installed at no extra charge on those models from the factory ? Most of the larger metrics have had a very similar dash with same type of speedo / tach / LCD factory equipped for more than ten years…. Hummmm

  3. 3 colemanfu Mar 30th, 2011 at 7:06 am

    Saw one at the CVO tent during Daytona Bike Week – very sharp piece.

  4. 4 cwglide Mar 30th, 2011 at 11:12 am

    Looks good, Autometer has a nice one too.

  5. 5 Luis Mar 31st, 2011 at 9:36 am

    Never understood harleys aversion to tachometers. Victory at least hides a digital tach in the speedo.

  6. 6 Wiz Apr 1st, 2011 at 2:23 am

    Don’t need a tach on a Harley, you can hear it! Wiz

  7. 7 Tom Keefer/ Franklin Church Choppers Apr 4th, 2011 at 11:28 am

    The speedo only fits 2011 models, not previous years, the electrical connections are different and all information is transferred different in 2011 models that prior years.

  8. 8 Jon Lepicier May 17th, 2011 at 6:52 pm

    I just purchased this anolog for my 2010 Road King.This is something that should come as standard equipment on all touring bikes with out a fairing.I love It because I miss my tach on my Electra Glide.This is the first thing Harley has come out with that really jumped out at me as something I just had to have.

  9. 9 bob Jul 19th, 2011 at 7:14 pm

    Does anyone know how to change the backlight on the 2011 softail speedo tach combo

  10. 10 Leslie Aug 10th, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    Bob. I just changed mine (09 Softail) and maybe they are similar. Here are the instructions from my kit:
    1. Press & hold the trip reset button and turn the ignition switch to the ACCY position. The gauge will display SETUP and show the fuel level display.
    2. Press the trip reset button to toggle through different displays until the display color function is selected. The gauge will display COLOR ALL (changes all display colors at once), DIAL (changes backlight for tach and speedometer), LCD (changes backlight for LCD), SPEEDO (changes speedometer needle color) or TACH (changes tach needle color)
    3. Turn the ignition switch quickly to OFF and then back to ACCY. The gauge will display the color number of the current color.
    4. Press an dhold the trip reset button to quickly cycle through colors (there are lot of them). Release the trip reset button to stop cycling OR
    press and release the trip reset button repeatedly to slowly cycle through the colors.
    5. Turn the ignition switch quickly to OFF and then back to ACCY to save. The gauge will display saved and then return to the display color select menu.
    6. Turn the ignition switch to OFF of IGN to return to normal operation.

    GOOD LUCK!

  11. 11 Leslie Aug 10th, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    Anyone know how to change the time? It doesn’t address this in my instructions.

  12. 12 Dave D Aug 12th, 2011 at 10:50 am

    Just picked my 2010 RoadKing up (Tom is obviously mistaken that it only works on 2011 models) after having this Speedo/Tach installed. Looks and works great with the exception of the inability to reset the second trip meter. Have to talk to the dealership.

    The color palette is amazing. You can set the speedo, tach, the lcd panel, and even the individual needles all to different colors. Of course you would look like a rolling disco but it is an option. Set to a more tasteful color scheme it looks classic.

    I also like the fact that it displays each gear your in instead of just lighting up in 6th. Great to be able to glance down and see where you are. I know, hard core folks will say; “You should just be able to feel what gear your in” but it is easy get lost between 4th and 5th when your on a crowded freeway.

    Also, a side note, it’s made in Switzerland instead of Japan like the stock model.

  13. 13 Bob Oct 11th, 2011 at 12:06 am

    Real like the look of this unit…..Does anyone know if this will work with thundermax autotune module installed?
    FXSTB Night Train 09
    Cheers

  14. 14 Carlton McC. Jan 7th, 2012 at 5:08 pm

    Just had this installed on my 2008 Road King. Looks great. Love having the tach and gear display. Surprised this model is not on the HD website parts section. Would be nice if a simulator could be set up online that one could play with the color combinations prior to setting it up on the bike. A must have for non fairing touring Harleys.

  15. 15 Jim Feb 1st, 2012 at 10:40 pm

    Great, fitted to 09 Night Train along with 113CI Screamin Eagle. Colours are great but does anyone know how to get the Blue without the red tinge, about 350 colour I think.
    Tacho great for bigger engine
    FXSTB 09

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