MO Poll: Choose Your Favorite Superbike Instrumentation

Evans Brasfield
by Evans Brasfield
mo poll choose your favorite superbike instrumentation

As Bob Dylan wrote, the times, they are a’changing. All you need to do is take a look at our latest superbike shootout to see that technology is playing an ever-increasing role in how we ride motorcycles. What about simpler things, like instruments? Well, superbike instrumentation has been changing, too. Of our seven superbike contestants, only one has an old-school, swept needle tachometer. The remaining six count on some kind of bar graph. Three of the bikes have LCD screens delivering at least some of their information while the remaining four utilize color on TFT screens. So, we thought we’d ask our loyal *MO*rons what they thought about the instruments. Vote for all the instruments you like, and we’ll figure out which is the best.

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  • Gruf Rude Gruf Rude on Jun 18, 2017

    All my bikes are too old to sport anything but analog. (Of course, I'm so old that suits me just fine.)

  • Bill Hawley Bill Hawley on Jun 18, 2017

    I'd go with analog dials and sequential shift light approaching max RPM. Much easier to interpret a dial position as "normal" or "abnormal" at a glance than to interpret a number.