+1 with Richards sentiments Keith. Besides all the extra features, I’ll too be putting my wiring in the bars and to clean up this area, clutter wise, would be great.
I would really appreciate a running commentary with pics though, particularly as why re-invent the wheel if you've aleady done the hard yards for us anyway.
I say that with respect mate. Sharing info is what this place is all about and if you don't mind, either will we. How’s that, do we have a deal??? LOL
How coincidental is this thread though. It just so happens my speedo stopped working yesterday. I'll put money on it the cable is broken (again) near where it connects into the wheel hub area. The bloke who changed my tyres broke it at this spot the first time by not using the large hex key socket whilst undoing the front wheel thinking the two small hex's would hold the axle in place.
Just ended up turning the axle and with it turning the speedo cable at the same time. Then he's done it again as I stupidly kept my mouth shut thinking, surely he’s not going to make the same mistake. So I said nothing and next thing I see, . Only reinforces why I do my own mechanical work, but changing tyres is another thing.
Actually I do empathise given the time pressures a mech has these days and even the good ones can’t know everything about every bike can he? I’m just too nice aren’t I?
So if that's what's happened I'll have to show him the cable next tyre change so he can deduct the cost of the new one I buy.
Anyway, having the no cable facility to operate the speedo would alleviate this issue in the future wouldn't it, and anyway my speedo isn't 100% accurate.
This is just one of the positives of this gizmo though. I mean look at the top of the line model. It's like a hamburger with the lot but I do hope for the price etc, we don't have reliability probs. Time will tell won't it.
So Keith, I guess if you didn't want zillions of pms or other questions about installation driving you nuts, some instructions on here with the wiring might be the way to go cos this one looks like it may be a winner mate. Certainly hope so anyway.
Staintune Pipes, K&N Pods, 45 pilots, TBS needles and 145 mains.
Edited by Staffo (02/19/10 09:03 PM)