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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-26-2019, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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Centralized electrical unit

I wonder what do other rebellions do in order to organize electronics. I saw a very high-end options like m-Unit, programmable, well-labelled water and vibrations proof. It even gives you an alarm and RFID keyless ignition features. A bit pricey, as you may expect.




I also saw people doing something similar themselves, not as smart of course however away better than stack wiring.


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I wonder what do other rebellions do in order to organize electronics. I saw a very high-end options like m-Unit, programmable, well-labelled water and vibrations proof. It even gives you an alarm and RFID keyless ignition features. A bit pricey, as you may expect.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdIeh2c6O5c


I also saw people doing something similar themselves, not as smart of course however away better than stack wiring.


Please share your thoughts here.
Something like this might work but I dont know if it is too big.

https://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/W...PC-8/pc-8.html

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How much stuff are you adding to the bike that you need to redo its electrical system?
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How much stuff are you adding to the bike that you need to redo its electrical system?


Currently itís GPS tracker, Satnav charger, and usb socket.
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Currently itís GPS tracker, Satnav charger, and usb socket.
And they require more power than the already available accessory harness that is in the front of the bike?
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And they require more power than the already available accessory harness that is in the front of the bike?

It's not about power. Each device requires it's own connection, and currently I have it all soldered to a tail lights, I don't like that.
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