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Old 11-29-2012, 09:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Koso DB01R+ wiring help needed(2010 er6n)

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Anyone have any experince from wiring Koso DB01R+ to er6n?
I have been looking, but havent yet found proper instruction how to wire it..
Anything else seems to be fine but the fuel warning light is on all the time and no idea how i should rewire it to burn only when needed!

Please post any diagrams here if you have experience from connecting this speedometer!
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Old 12-04-2012, 05:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Horlicks er6n Db01r wiring diagram/installation.
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Old 12-04-2012, 03:21 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thank you Horlicks for linking that diagram.

I actually connected wires pretty much according to that even the speedometer isnt the same.. db01r+ has 2 more warning lights, nothing else I think compared to db01r..
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I made this a while back for connecting to a 2009, but I think the 2010 is exactly the same. The settings on the diagram should also be correct, unless you've put a different sized tyre on it or something.

http://i.imgur.com/4v4gK.png

The Koso DB01R+ looks like it just has an extra fuel warning light and engine warning light. You can connect those to the wires on the bike for the FI light (brown/red) and fuel light (green/black)
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Thanks! I will try this out and see how it works!
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let me get this straight seeing as im a tad bit confused... the way this is set to wire up, i dont need to put any sensors anywhere? does it use all of the bikes OEM sensor?

what i mean by this: Is it just plug (based on the wire diagram) and play???

oh and do I solder the wires? or do i just twist them and wrap with electrical tape???

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Old 01-25-2013, 03:39 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Cut wires, peel them and reconnect to koso speedometer. I am gonna solder the wires and I recommend that you do also. Dont think electrical tape will be that good. I'll post here when I have done connecting and tell how it works out!

Make sure you cut wires from a point where you can reconnect them back to oem meter at someday if you change your mind
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accidented bike... no oem meter lol... prob wont ever change back... but i was looking at a post from someone who found the matching connector to the oem one of the bike... looked interesting... i may need to inquire about it tho...
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bob_hackr, did you have problems with speedometer power? I connect according your pic, meter starts when I plug in battery but shuts down right away. Which one I need to swap that meter gets 12v when power is turned on?

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Old 01-26-2013, 01:31 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Meter works now perfectly expect background light. It starts when I turn on power but shuts down soon after..
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