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Picking up on the note below by @wyssse, looks like we may have two new and very interesting speedo options on the way. The Wunderkind integrated speedo/headlight and also a new Motogadget at Bikebrothers. Pics of each below. The pics are taken from their respective websites, though as far as I can tell neither is listed for sale yet. Personally, I've been waiting for something like this -- think I prefer the Wunderkind integrated headlight, but we'll see.
 

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I’ve been looking for this option as well for a long time. I actually thought about creating it myself :) Well at least trying. But this isn‘t a easy job to do. I think they will inform about the price tag tomorrow.
 

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Have seen the integrated headlight on some vintage Triumphs. They are SO cool. This would be a fantastic mod, if not out-of-sight pricey. Looking forward to the details (size, price, etc.).
 

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Wow! €590 plus shipping for the speedo connection box. Speedo a separate purchase.
Is it only me that finds that a bit steep?

https://www.bb-speedshop.de/en/detail/index/sArticle/330/sCategory/117
It looks like that little box gives the ability to change quite a few things such as permanently turning off ABS and traction control, as well as allowing the use of other speedos. The confusing part for me is that the dropdown to select the model of motorcycle shows "Bobber 1200 - Not Available," but in the description below the pic it says "Currently only Bobber available!" Odd...

I also noticed they sell a girder fork conversion for 2,990 euros. I'm not a fan of the way the girder forks look, but I'm curious about the wheels in the pic (below). It's obviously a Bobber Black, so they wouldn't work with my bike, but I like the way they have a bit of a spoked look to them despite being a solid wheel.
 

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It looks like that little box gives the ability to change quite a few things such as permanently turning off ABS and traction control, as well as allowing the use of other speedos. The confusing part for me is that the dropdown to select the model of motorcycle shows "Bobber 1200 - Not Available," but in the description below the pic it says "Currently only Bobber available!" Odd...

I also noticed they sell a girder fork conversion for 2,990 euros. I'm not a fan of the way the girder forks look, but I'm curious about the wheels in the pic (below). It's obviously a Bobber Black, so they wouldn't work with my bike, but I like the way they have a bit of a spoked look to them despite being a solid wheel.

Yes, I like the wheels and the tires on this. Like you, not so much the girder forks.
 
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