How to install Healtech Shiftlight Pro

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    Really this is the easiest how to ever :p. Just want to show what wires work for the module.

    Connect power and ground here on the headlight harness, Red shiftlight wire to yellow harness and black to black:
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    Connect RPM signal to coil wire of the same green with black tracer color on coil #2:

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    Profit:
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    One caveat, the RPM signal is half what it should be so your shift points in the software will be 1/2 what the engine is spinning at e.g. 3750 in the software is 7500 actual.

    Enjoy!

    Whole thing took longer to lift the tank than connect.
     
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    Adjusted today to show solid yellow at 7K and flash red at 7500 then solid white at 8K. Makes shifting sooooo much better as I don’t have to even think about how close I am to redline on straight roads.

    One of my favorite mods yet paired to a quickshifter, light blinks kick lever, done :p
     
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    Now try that downshifting :evil:
     
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    Rob,
    Seen this:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.HealTech.Shift_Light_Pro&hl=en

    I watched this video - got everything straight in my head.
    Sweet gadget!
     
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    The Healtech brand items are really some next level devices. Not only are the devices good but so is the software for them, a rare convergence these days.
     
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    @Claviger - But, Rob ------ If we catch you using those **** 3M type wire taps again - we will have to have a chat

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    Lol. Ran out of positaps.
     
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