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Fitting a second tachometer in 147 2.0 twin spark

I'm looking for either a second tachometer or a shift light to install on top of the dash. The 147 is used on track days and one problem we've had is reading the standard tach down the tunnel style instrument binnacle (partly due to our novice track day skills).

There are loads of dash mounted tachs available but many only seem to work with specific electrics/ignition systems Auto Gauge tachs for example.

Any info on a second tach compatible with the 147 would be welcome, otherwise I'll just look for a shift light, something like this.
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Can't help with the tachometer but I can recommend the Ecliptech Shift-i. Does the job very well for me and works as a voltmeter too.
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