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Njhunter97

2004 DVX 400 speedometer?

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Hi! My names Antonio this is my first post on here I just picked up my first quad (an 04 DVX 400) and I really want to put a speedometer on it. Do you guys know of any kits or anything that they sell to make your own? If so please reply with a link thanks guys!!!

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