2002 919, Koso, and ULF1 - Wrist Twisters
 
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post #1 of 1 Old 07-08-2016, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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2002 919, Koso, and ULF1

So I inherited a Koso gauge and a ULF1 from Spyda (for fuel sensor) when I recently purchased my 919 from Oak. It's installed and I must say WOW, very nice. I have the wires temporarily just twisted and taped to make sure everything is working, and here's what I got:

Blinker lights indicate when a blinker is on but they don't blink - no biggie.

All other lights work - I did the temp mod from an old Koso post and it's working well.

Speedo - I wired right to the stock speedo wire and fiddled with the diameter until I'm pretty close to accurate vs. my gps speedo.

The ULF1 device - it was REALLY simple. The downside is it's in a little square box, but 1 wire goes to the koso, 1 to the brown black wire from the stock harness, 1 wire to a ground, and 1 wire to a switched power.

I ran the bike to empty, tossed a half gallon of fuel in it and sure enough, the fuel gauge blinks empty. When it's not empty, the gauge just disappears. Works for me!

I must say, with the headlight Oak picked up and this Koso setup, it really updated the look of the bike. Now I just need to button it up with some soldering and shortening of the harness.

Also disregard my shitty blinker mounts, i used metal strap because I'm too cheap to buy actual blinker mounts. I'll get to it eventually :-D
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