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Aquila 125 V-Twin Cruiser, Speedo died, please help
« on: April 14, 2018, 04:37:23 PM »

Hello all,
(prepare for stupid questions and info dump)
I've not long since bought an Aquila 125 EFI V-twin (the GV125, maybe?) and I'm just about to hit its first 1000 Miles,
Trouble is, the speedo's died and left me scratching my head...
I've bought (and swapped out) a replacement speedo but it's still not working - the other clock and all the head unit lights etc are all working fine. This leads me to thing that the speedo drive / sender assembly on the front wheel has died (its the electro, not mechanical flavour)
Has anyone had any similar sort of experience? or can recommend any other likely cause of problem that I should be looking for? as i would've thought the bike to be too young for the sender to have aged out...

I think the drive/sender is "BOX ASS'Y. speedometer ge 54600HG5102" in the parts catalogue - if that IS the likely cause, can anyone suggest a good place in the UK to get a replacement? or alternately, can anyone recommend a same pattern part that I could swap it out with - as it looks remarkably similar to what was on my previous (new) Suzuki GZ125hs

I really appreciate any help or input folks may have,
Cheers all.

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Re: Aquila 125 V-Twin Cruiser, Speedo died, please help
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2018, 10:18:30 PM »

Never too young to die.

Have you got an electrical sender with an analogue display?

It's likely to be that part anyway. Asking on here is a good start. Startright Leeds are usually my first place to check for stuff like that, it's all used stuff but they're a bit cheaper and much faster than importing from Australia or Korea. A certain online auction site may also have a listing for what you need.

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