Hi everyone! This is my first post so I thought I'd also show my dear VFR, which is almost as stock as they come. Apart from the usual TLC one should give their bike, mine has just received a new MRA windscreen and I had my seat done - so the bike would be a bit more comfy and modern. First some pics I just took (problem description below): Now to the actual issue that is causing me some grief; which is having the bike registered in UK. The bike is a German import that I've driven in Finland (currently registered in Finland), and I had it shipped to UK where I live now and with Brexit and everything going on - I really need to have it registered and insured locally very soon. I bought a used pair of UK headlights from Ebay that I swapped with my DE ones, so in regards to those I think I'm just fine for the MOT regarding the light patterns - but I still need to solve how to get the speedo showing MPH. The way I see it I have plenty of options: 1) Change the speedo dial to one that shows both MPH/KMH 2) Buy a new speedo that shows both MPH/KMH 3) Buy a used speedo / the whole unit with all dials (none at the moment on Ebay that I can see) 4) Buy one of those cable-conversion gadgets and whack an MPH sticker on the speedo... But that would look weird and then screw up the mileage which wouldn't be preferred I think I could do a speedo dial myself, but I'm not 100% sure if it's that easy to swap with the old one so... Would anyone have experience in this? It'd be sort of a good solution so I would keep the original mileage on the clock. (E.g. is the speedo needle easy to remove and put back on this particular model?) And as for using buying one with MPH on it there's one new on Ebay for about 100GBP... but would it work out of the box or is the cable spinning at different speed on KMH models than it is on MPH models? And would one of those aforementioned gadgets work that you put at the back of the speedo? Any ideas, experiences or thoughts on what would probably be the easiest and best option to have the speedo showing MPH and other things related for UK registration/MOT would be greatly appreciated! Cheers!