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Motogadget M-Unit
10/08/17 at 01:12:30
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Ok I'm going to start this with two apologies:-

1) Firstly any purists - look away now.
2) Secondly, aplogies if this has been asked before however the site isn't letting me do any searches.

I'm looking to install a motogadget M-unit on my twin shock. I'd appreciate getting in touch with any one who has does similar.

Cheers Rob
  
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Re: Motogadget M-Unit
Reply #1 - 10/08/17 at 07:09:17
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Hi Black Pearl, I'm pretty sure there's been some info posted on this fairly recently, if not motogadget then another aftermarket speedo/tacho.  Try searching again but change the search to include 'all posts'...
  

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Re: Motogadget M-Unit
Reply #2 - 10/11/17 at 13:17:07
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Hi there,

I installed an Acewell myself, but when I was looking at options I came across this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-JFIijLXbM

black pearl wrote on 10/08/17 at 01:12:30:
Ok I'm going to start this with two apologies:-

1) Firstly any purists - look away now.
2) Secondly, aplogies if this has been asked before however the site isn't letting me do any searches.

I'm looking to install a motogadget M-unit on my twin shock. I'd appreciate getting in touch with any one who has does similar.

Cheers Rob

  

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Re: Motogadget M-Unit
Reply #3 - 10/11/17 at 18:22:58
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A Moto gadget m unit is not a speedo
It is programmable power module that monitors the load of circuits and does away with relays and fuses
They are cool and take the load off your switches
https://bikebrewers.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/MotoGadget-Wiring-General-Set...
  

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Re: Motogadget M-Unit
Reply #4 - 10/13/17 at 10:30:27
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I am aware... my point was that I spent money intalling speedo and other options instead of the M-Unit... but had saved that video in my archives... and that video had someone that did the install and could be reached out to.  Grin

Mrclubike wrote on 10/11/17 at 18:22:58:
A Moto gadget m unit is not a speedo
It is programmable power module that monitors the load of circuits and does away with relays and fuses
They are cool and take the load off your switches
https://bikebrewers.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/MotoGadget-Wiring-General-Set...

  

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