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post #1 of 5 Old 12-29-2014, 09:33 AM Thread Starter
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koso DB -02 dash no rews

Hy Everyone,
I need some asistance, I aready browsed the forum but couldn't find nothing on this topic .
I started to rebuld my 900 Hornet .... Inverted forks new headlight new dash .
My issue is that i conected the dash whit the rew wire, (yellow/green) I inserted the settings nr 2 for (4c4p) and get only a "blip" on the dash then it disapeers . I tried otther settings but stil nothing . Here is the ride:
So heeeelp!!

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Hey finaly got almoust everything working exept the fuel reserve indicator . Does Rob Tharalason stil making the indicators ? As soon as ill finish ill post pictures .

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The low fuel warning units I was making never got out of the red, so to speak, and I halted production a while back. There is, however, an alternative: https://www.spiyda.com/magento/index...-motosign.html made in Great Britain. I have heard good things about it and the company making them.

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Anyone who has the necessary electronic fabrication skills can easily make a low fuel warning unit -- it's actually quite simple.
Here's the circuit diagram:
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The variable resistor in the upper right of the image represents the thermistor in the fuel tank. The rest is pretty straightforward.

If anyone has any questions ask away and I may get around to answering them.

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