Gear indicator choice?

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    Hi im wanting to purchase a gear indicator not sure which is best for the job, ive had a gipro before on another bike but wasnt impressed it was slow to respond cracked me up to be honest:banghead: also whats the best colour for clarity on a sunny day
     
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    Good looking dash set up you have there..
     
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    No it ain’t! ...yours don’t work :p
     
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    albertaduke former airline pilot without the big bucks

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    I have a Blue GiPro and even in Spanish midday summer sun it's perfectly visible.

    I honestly don't know of other reputable options other than Healtech - they say the new X-type G2 responds faster.

    BUT the R3 speed sensor emits a lot of pulses per wheel revolution (48 iirc) so the GiPro responds faster than on most bikes.
     
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