I am 90% done with the install of the GIPRO gear indicator. Here are the details and the reason it is not done yet.
When running through the gears, as is needed to make the unit " learn" the check engine light came on. I emailed Healtech at 11pm local time. They answered within 5 minutes. The issue is a known one on certain monsters. The fix is to splice in a resistor into the rpm sensor wire. I have yet to do this, hence the 90% complete.
I have to say that the customer service I have received is by far the best of any company I have dealt with. I spoke with a guy name Norbert and he is extremely helpful.
More to come......
do you know what kind of resistor it is (specs) so i can order it?
Yes you are correct.I accept with information: When the GIPRO is spliced in then it draws too much current (apparently), signal feed into the ECU is degraded sufficiently for the ECU to think something is wrong and drops into fail safe/get mode and turns on the engine check light. The resistor will limit this take off and hopefully all will be well
Bengoechea, can you please send some pics of the wireing you have done, i dont seem to be able to find the right wires..( i have the new 1100 ABS model)hence maybe thats why they differ.. but please post the pics so i can check this with my own bike...I'm waiting for the resistor and will let you know. Plus I might post up some close ups of the wire routing.