The audience for this thing is quite limited, admittedly. It is a mount for an aftermarket Suzuki GS500E motorcycle gear indicator. In order for this to be of any use, you need:
- a Suzuki GS500E/F motorcycle (mine is year 2000, but I believe this works in all models),
- an aftermarket gear sensor from AliExpress, and
- an aftermarket gear indicator from AliExpress (links below).
The indicator is press fitted to the mount (at least when printed with my printer), but you can of course use some glue also. The mount has two holes in the backside that I was thinking of using to fix the indicator to the mount, but it was not necessary after all.
The mount is attached to the motorcycle by using the existing screw located behind the instrument panel.
Before hitting the print button, rotate the mount so that the flat side is downwards. No supports are needed. There are no special printing requirements, so pick your favourite layer height (I used 0.3mm), infill (20%) and other parameters.
Note that at least the sensor and display I got had fitting connectors, but the pin order was wrong so it was showing wrong gears. Luckily it was easy to remove the pins and rearrange them without damaging the connector. Also, note that the indicator can show numbers 0,1,2,3,4,5 (neutral is blank), which is a bit of a shame as GS500 has 6 gears. I rearranged the pins so that the numbers match and "0" indicates the sixth gear.