Does Your T100 Guage Cluster "rock" A Little Up And Down?

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  1. MotoMick

    MotoMick New Member

    Feb 7, 2022
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    The guage cluster on my 2022 T100 is a little loose. It "rocks", back and forth, clockwise and couterclockwise. I have not noticed it rocking or shaking when I ride. But if I grab hold of it, I can rock it back and forth a little. I don't see a fastener that I can tighten. (There are two philips head screws and some hex screws on the backside of the cluster, but they are all tight.)

    Anyone else notice the gauge cluster having some free play? Maybe this was done to minimize vibration to the cluster? (I cannot see if the guage is mounted in rubber bushings.)

    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. MotoMick

    MotoMick New Member

    Feb 7, 2022
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    Oops, I mispelled "Gauge".
     
  3. RevPaul

    RevPaul Senior Member

    Apr 21, 2020
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    I’m sure it’s meant to be like that. My Street Cup and the T120 use the same gauge cluster and I noticed the same ability to “rock” it. I’m sure it’s deliberate vibration damping, my SC certainly feels fairly vibey around 4000 rpm.

    Don’t worry about it and enjoy the ride.:)
     
  4. MotoMick

    MotoMick New Member

    Feb 7, 2022
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    USA
    Thanks man. I watched a video by Missenden Flyer where he was taking the gauges off to replace the dial faces. In one part of the video, when the backs are off the cluster, you can definitely see that there is free play.
     
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