With immediate effect, motorcycle instrumentation repairer and restorer Peter Bond will undertake the repair of all electronic speedos and revcounters...
Peter's company was the first to commercially restore Japanese instruments and this move into the more modern world of electronic clocks really completes the full spectrum of motorcycle instrumentation. It also shows the company’s commitment to all aspects of motorcycle instrumentation, along with a relentless drive to research and develop the repair of items of equipment which were clearly never designed to be repaired, and which are probably no longer available as spare/replacement parts.
Peter says: “As with the mechanical, magnetic instruments in common useage during the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies, which we upgrade with phosphor-bronze bushes and an improved inertia damper fluid, the electronic instrumentation is also upgraded with superior, modern components which are far better suited to their application. As ever, our aim is to keep motorcyclists where they belong; on the road!”
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