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Thread: [Help]:Is it possible to change the color of the LCD display of the new gen Pulsars ?

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    Default [Help]:Is it possible to change the color of the LCD display of the new gen Pulsars ?

    Hey Everyone,
    I was just wondering if it is possible to change the color of the orange colored LCD display of the new gen Pulsars to any other color, say white ? I have a Pulsar 220 DTS-i and I am sure it would look great with a HID assembly and a white LCD display (something like the R15's). If there is anyone with even the least knowledge in this context, Please do post a reply to this thread. And yes a DIY guide to it will be much appreciated
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    it can be done. But it will void the warranty on the meter. You need to open up the meter, check what is the voltage of the LED, and accordingly put leds of different color as you want. my friend has done it for a FZ meter, converting it to white, ill attach a pic for reference.

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    Yes it is very much possible. The display uses a surface mount LED if iam not wrong. But iam not sure if any one has done this before. Would love to do it provided i have proper guidance from out electronic gurus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jd666 View Post
    it can be done. But it will void the warranty on the meter. You need to open up the meter, check what is the voltage of the LED, and accordingly put leds of different color as you want. my friend has done it for a FZ meter, converting it to white, ill attach a pic for reference.

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    Can any one give a proper guideline to do this? How do we seal the meter to stop water leak after the mod?
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    Yes it can be done. The white colour on the FZ meter is looking good, but just see carefully & you will notice there is slight fade towards the fuel gauge side. It is brighter on the RPM meter side. I had checked with a Meter repair person in Shivajinagar & he said he can do it.

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    What about pulsar meters?
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    Where are our gurus Abhijeet, Rahul Devnath, Shree & Sajit? Iam waiting for inputs on how to proceed with the mod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahul9985 View Post
    Where are our gurus Abhijeet, Rahul Devnath, Shree & Sajit? Iam waiting for inputs on how to proceed with the mod.
    Me too man
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