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shift light for hayabusa gen 2

 Re: shift light for hayabusa gen 2
You do not need WRT nor ECU Editor software to set the shift light on a gen 2 Busa. It is all done using the buttons on the dashboard. It will only work between 4000 and 11500 rpm which really makes good sense. From the memory the default setting is 10000 RPM. I am completely confused about this part - "i have install the shift light using a relay to active the light and the negative side from the pair valve connector to trigger the relay i have a problem that on lower RPM the shift light works good in all gear but on high RPM it only works in the first 3 gear". What are you trying to do?????. How do you hook up a shift light on a gen 2? By the Dashboard
 
 Re: shift light for hayabusa gen 2
You do not need WRT nor ECU Editor software to set the shift light on a gen 2 Busa. It is all done using the buttons on the dashboard. It will only work between 4000 and 11500 rpm which really makes good sense. From the memory the default setting is 10000 RPM. I am completely confused about this part - "i have install the shift light using a relay to active the light and the negative side from the pair valve connector to trigger the relay i have a problem that on lower RPM the shift light works good in all gear but on high RPM it only works in the first 3 gear". What are you trying to do?????. How do you hook up a shift light on a gen 2? By the Dashboard
 
 Re: shift light for hayabusa gen 2
You do not need WRT nor ECU Editor software to set the shift light on a gen 2 Busa. It is all done using the buttons on the dashboard. It will only work between 4000 and 11500 rpm which really makes good sense. From the memory the default setting is 10000 RPM. I am completely confused about this part - "i have install the shift light using a relay to active the light and the negative side from the pair valve connector to trigger the relay i have a problem that on lower RPM the shift light works good in all gear but on high RPM it only works in the first 3 gear". What are you trying to do?????
 
 shift light for hayabusa gen 2
hi i a have a question about the shift light in the ecu editor soft ware i have install the shift light using a relay to active the light and the negative side from the pair valve connector to trigger the relay i have a problem that on lower RPM the shift light works good in all gear but on high RPM it only works in the first 3 gear can some one help me with this thanks
 
 
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