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51Back to top Go down   Motogadget M-Unit Blue Install - Page 2 Empty My diagram on Fri Feb 01, 2019 3:51 pm

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Woodie

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Dassault Systems free download of Draftsight will get you a legitimate 2D CAD design program.  If you are familiar with AutoCAD then you will be away to the races without having to sell a couple of old Beemers to get it.


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I use Powerpoint... does that make me an evil person? lol!


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54Back to top Go down   Motogadget M-Unit Blue Install - Page 2 Empty Re: Motogadget M-Unit Blue Install on Fri Feb 15, 2019 7:14 am

WestAussieK100

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Hi Alphaot
I have a 1985 K100 I am  rebuilding and want to fit a M unit and aftermarket speedo. The wiring diagram you have just posted looks great and I was wondering where you got the box for the Gear Position and speedo inputs to the new speedo from.. Any info would be greatly appreciated as it looks like it will cover most of the problems I can for see.
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West Aussie

    

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WestAussieK100

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RobMack are you RBM on the Motobrick forum and if so do you still sell the TGPI boards that you were making

    

58Back to top Go down   Motogadget M-Unit Blue Install - Page 2 Empty Re: Motogadget M-Unit Blue Install on Fri Dec 13, 2019 7:54 am

jerome2710

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Please excuse me for kicking this topic back up, but may I ask if the Brotbox is also required when using a Motogadget Motoscope Pro with the Breakout Box B? I am trying to understand the individual components and what's need to be left over of the electronics for my K100 build.

    

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mmceorange

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Also interested in info on the last two questions

    

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