Motogadget MST Vintage Speedometer Brass

$429.00

Availability: In Stock

The Motogadget MST Vintage is a small, analogue speedometer with a brass bezel in an appealing 'old school' look. It has a unique design, but technically is identical to the......

Motogadget


The Motogadget MST Vintage is a small, analogue speedometer with a brass bezel in an appealing 'old school' look. It has a unique design, but technically is identical to the Motoscope tiny. The dial is based on the streamline design of the 40's and 50's. Additionally, it features a yellowed and cracky surface giving the dial its extremely aged look.

The bezel and indicator are made from solid brass and have been manually coated with patina. The created patterns and signs of aging vary with each instrument and give each instrument its individual and unique look.
There is a special matching Streamline Cup available for the mst Vintage - made from solid brass with a patina. Refer to "Mounting".

All further properties and specifications of this instrument are identical with the motoscope tiny.
  • Mounting diameter: 49 mm
  • Weight: approx. 110 g
  • Mount: 2 x M3 threaded hole
  • Power consumption, operating: approx. 200 mA (load dependent)
  • Operating voltage: 9 V - 15 V
  • Operating temperature: -20... +80 °C
  • Speedometer, analogue (indicator) 0-200 km/h or mi/h
  • Speedometer, numeric (LED display) 200-999 km/h or mi/h
  • Max. speed 0-999 km/h or mi/h
  • 9-15 V
  • Clock 00:00 - 23:59 
  • Trip meter 0-999.9 km / mi
  • Total distance (adjustable) 99999 km / mi
  • Indicator lights ; turn signal, high beam, neutral, hazard light 

Parts delivered ; 

  • Instrument with approx. 75 cm connector cable
  • Mini push-button
  • 2 removable fuses
  • 9 cable end connectors
  • Speedometer sensor (M5 x 0,5 fine-pitch thread, stainless steel, IP 68) with 150 cm            connector cable
  • 2 powerful neodymium mini magnets
  • 2 mounting screws M3 with washer
  • 2 diodes for pairing of turn signals
  • Detailed installation and operating instructions
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