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Gauge cluster Wiring Digram for 2007 919

Does anyone have the wiring diagram for the gauge cluster on a 2007 honda 919?

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download the 919 service manual (hosted on my webhost)

http://teamlosi.andrevas.net/pics/ri...ice_Manual.pdf

page 425 of the pdf.

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download the 919 service manual (hosted on my webhost)

http://teamlosi.andrevas.net/pics/ri...ice_Manual.pdf

page 425 of the pdf.
I tried reading the wiring schematics, super confused. I've been working on this for like 4 days and can't seem to get things right.

Can anyone help me match up the wires?

My aftermarket gauge cluster have these wires

Aftermarket Gauge Function and wire color: The 919 Wires according to schematics

1st Gear/Pink:
2nd gear/ Blue/ Red:
3rd Gear/green/Black:
4th Gear/Yellow/ Black:
5th Grear/Brown/ white:
Speedometer/ Yellow: PurpleGreen/RedGreen?
Water Temp/ Green/ Blue: Green/Lightbrown?
Fuel Level/ Yellow/white: Brown/ Black?
Neutral/ Green/red: Red/Light Green?
Gear 6 red/white:
Left turn signal/ orange: Green/ Orange?
High Beam/ Blue: Greenn/ Blue?
Back Light/ Brown: Green with Brown?
Ground/ Green: Black?
Right Turn Signal/ Light/Blue: Green/ Light Brown?
RPM/Blue/white: Green/black?
Positive/ Black:

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this was coppied from arctic954 wiring a KOSO RX2N gauge to his 919
This came from thread "Koso RX2N Finally installed"
Hope this helps

KOSO--------------------------------- OEM Harness
White (right turn signal) --------------Lt Blue
Brown (RPM wire)--------------------- Yellow/Green Stripe
RED (Main Positive Power)------------Connect to the battery + terminal
Black (ground) ------------------------ Green (this wire goes to Rob's LED fuel harness)
Brown (keyed Ignition, 12v +)-------- Keyed Ignition Signal (on your own)
Lt Grey (left turn signal) ------------- Orange
Orange (oil light) --------------------- Blue/Red Stripe
Purple or Violet (FI light) ------------ White/Blue Stripe
Yellow (high beam indicator)---------Dark Blue/Black Stripe
Blue (neutral light)--------------------Light Green/Red Stripe
Green (fuel gauge indicator)----------No Connection - See below

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I just notice that the user manual nd4spd sent me has a different wiring harness


thanks that helped a lot.

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Anyone know how much Rob is selling is resistor thingy for the fuel gauge?

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I just notice that the user manual nd4spd sent me has a different wiring harness


thanks that helped a lot.
+04's have a different wiring harness, Arctic did his for a 1st gen harness; I had to pull the pins out of the harness and reassemble them in a different order for my Koso install to work.

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Anyone know how much Rob is selling is resistor thingy for the fuel gauge?
Not sure how much, but I think you can contact him through here:

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+04's have a different wiring harness, Arctic did his for a 1st gen harness; I had to pull the pins out of the harness and reassemble them in a different order for my Koso install to work.

G00gl3it Do you have the pin diagram for the 2007 919?

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G00gl3it Do you have the pin diagram for the 2007 919?

Thanks
I don't, unless it's already in the Service Manual that we have linked.

I do know the '07's actually had one less wire than the -02's. I had an 02 to look at, so we physically matched up the color and location of the wires, then I laid out the '07's wiring harness to match up exactly like the 02's receiving end. Then plugged the Koso in and it worked.

Ironically, Arctic mentioned that his blinker indicators on the gauges never worked, but they did on my bike when I plugged the Koso's in.

And Arctic has already done the splicing on the Koso gauges as well as sent me his 02 wiring harness, hence the need for the change. So it was really plug and play for me.

If Helimech ever gets around to looking at his, he could probably tell you, as he has these gauges now, and '02 wiring harness.

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page 425 of the pdf.
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Will a digital guage from a cbr work on a 02 919 with just matching to wire correctly or will i need more things.

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FYI, the 12v constant, you don't have to run all the way to the battery. You can connect to Red/green stripe wire in the harness. And the white/green stripe for the 12v switched. I figured it out thanks to ganktor.

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this was coppied from arctic954 wiring a KOSO RX2N gauge to his 919
This came from thread "Koso RX2N Finally installed"
Hope this helps

KOSO--------------------------------- OEM Harness
White (right turn signal) --------------Lt Blue
Brown (RPM wire)--------------------- Yellow/Green Stripe
RED (Main Positive Power)------------Connect to the battery + terminal
Black (ground) ------------------------ Green (this wire goes to Rob's LED fuel harness)
Brown (keyed Ignition, 12v +)-------- Keyed Ignition Signal (on your own)
Lt Grey (left turn signal) ------------- Orange
Orange (oil light) --------------------- Blue/Red Stripe
Purple or Violet (FI light) ------------ White/Blue Stripe
Yellow (high beam indicator)---------Dark Blue/Black Stripe
Blue (neutral light)--------------------Light Green/Red Stripe
Green (fuel gauge indicator)----------No Connection - See below

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Will a digital guage from a cbr work on a 02 919 with just matching to wire correctly or will i need more things.
i want to say it MIGHT work... but im pretty sure it uses a different coolant temp sensor .. so temp reading will be off. Also we only have a reserve indicator for gas... the CBR's had a full real time fuel level sensor in em.

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i want to say it MIGHT work... but im pretty sure it uses a different coolant temp sensor .. so temp reading will be off. Also we only have a reserve indicator for gas... the CBR's had a full real time fuel level sensor in em.
Cmon people, do a search! You're on a 919 forum, why try to reinvent the wheel?

https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/...9-a-24654.html

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Thank you i searched but didnt find...i was on google too...thanks again

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..i was on google too
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Twpvs. (That's what PV said). Lol.
Haha, that was funny, not gonna lie. Good catch.

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Thank you i searched but didnt find...i was on google too...thanks again
The forum has a built in search engine that is a valuable resource. This forum has a heck of a collection of information. Its a great place!

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