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Tach on a V-twin?

I'm thinking about adding a tach to my Honda GX620 (v-twin). I'm confused on if a auto 4-cylinder will work or if a 'tiny-tach 2' is my only option? I was thinking of a small retro looking anolog just for the vintage look. I really not sure on the disposable tiny-tach. I acually have a vibra-tach to set the rpm so more or less thinking on it for looks but still accurate. I also have a mini-tach from sunpro that has a 4-6-8 cylinder switch on backside. I 'THINK' the Honda GX620 fires coil on every revolution so it would fire at bottom of stroke too as well as compression- this might not work on regular auto tach? I guess I need to get help from techs on this as I'm not sure on the firing and what will work..
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Maybe check out motorcycle or snowmobile shops. I'd expect they would have something for a 2 cylinder machine.
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