4.5
31 reviews
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About this app

RPMitUp provides real-time data from your Harley Davidson Motorcycle wirelessly to your Android device. Different modes allow for use as a Speedometer, Tachometer, and Dynamometer. It can also be used to playback information from a previous ride. The following information is provided:

RPM, Engine Temperature, Engaged Gear, Average MPG, MPH, Horsepower, Torque, Speed, Acceleration and DTC Trouble Code Lookup.

UPDATE: We now have a full dashboard working for new model HD motorcycles with a CANBUS!

RPMitUp requires a compatible OBD Bluetooth adapter along with a 16 to 4 pin ELM327 cable for the following models:
2001 - 2010 Softail
2001 - 2011 Dyna
2001 - 2013 Touring
2001 - 2013 Sportster
2002 - Present V-ROD

or a OBD Bluetooth adapter along with a 16 to 6 pin CANBUS cable for the following models:
2011 - Present Softail
2012 - Present Dyna
2014 - Present Touring
2014 - Present Sportster
2014 - Present Street 500/750

2001-2003 carbureted models lack the protocols used
Please see the support url for more information.
Updated on
Oct 31, 2021

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 3 others
Data isn’t encrypted
You can request that data be deleted
4.5
31 reviews
Lazer Lester
October 8, 2021
This app works really well. I use it with a 2006 XL1200L. Unfortunately my bike seems to lack some of the sensors from newer bikes, so I can't read temperature, gear, or mpg. I mainly use it for the tach. The layout is simple and the connection happens automatically. I got a 4 pin adapter from Amazon that should have worked, but it turned out to have the wrong wiring. The cable from RPMitUp worked well. It's a bit pricey overall, but works well and it's nice to be able to access my bikes data.
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A Google user
November 4, 2019
Poor comms with the recommended OBDlink LX device I bought and 2 other known good adapters. Finding the adapter is flawed. Selecting the adapter would be better. Loses comms constantly. I couldn't see engine temps although it's listed as one of the data points supported. Used Engine+. Torque Pro is solid in comparison but lacks Extended PIDs for HD. This app supports a few extra data points but isn't reliable. Major work is needed. Save your $$$. Torque has H-D's protocol in beta now.
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Cyber Software LLC
February 3, 2020
Thank you for the feedback. Please contact us at rpmitup@gmail.com and we can assist with your setup. We test with the OBDLink adapters frequently, you should be able to run with them without issues.
Joseph Tabone
June 7, 2020
It's a great app in terms of user interface and functionality. I've been using it for quite some time now on my 2013 XL883L. Everything works fine except the gear position calculation. I've tested the clutch switch, cable setting, new Barnett Clutch, etc. This function simply does not work in my case. Us there anyone out there with the same problem? Thanks.
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Cyber Software LLC
February 3, 2020
Hi Joseph, the ecu is designed to not send gear information if it doesn't have clutch status. There is a switch in the left handlebar which does this. I would check to make sure it is fully engaging/disengaging/operational. Thanks for the feedback.

What's new

Adding Voltage Meter in Settings for supported adapters

Adding tic marks on analog gauges

Fix help popups in Settings

Adding Odometer reset button: Performance -> Settings -> Display Options -> 0 Odometrer

Adding option to manually name your motorcycle
Auto enable Bluetooth
Adding: Settings -> Display Options -> Decimal MPH option

You can now design your own Dashboards.

Updating the MPG to give immediate feedback.
See Settings->Display Options->MGP to switch back to average calculations