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Motogadget M-Unit
Old 04-24-2017, 03:32 PM   #1
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Motogadget M-Unit

As I start upgrading my 600VLX to what eventually will be a bobber, I put in an M-Unit. I've seen a few discussions, but nothing comprehensive about integrating it without a total new harness from scratch. So I wrote up the details of how I did it.

http://sanscrisis.blogspot.com/2017/...-on-honda.html

Hope its useful to anyone considering or trying to put an M-Unit on their bike. Good luck!
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Old 05-04-2017, 06:03 PM   #2
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I'm doing a complete frame off build and went with the m-unit as well. I am replacing every inch of wire on the bike as well. I'll take a look at your write up sometime, but I am still welding up the frame right now, wiring is probably a solid month or so out yet...cool t know there is someone I can hit up if I run into issues. I went with the "button" and 2 of the 3 mini switches and the m-button wiring harness. I'm pretty excited about the high tech, fuse less "fuse box"
From one noob to another, see ya around.
P.s. It's also notable to add how the whole unit can be "adjusted" for the lack of resistance for LED bulbs not to mention brake light modulation.

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