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post #1 of 12 Old 12-28-2005, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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PC111USB, Ignition Module and Speedo Healer

Just finished installing all these items and I found a good place for all of them. You have to move your tool kit to the rear compartment to fit in the PS3 and the Ignition Module but apart from that they all fit very neatly. The only place I could find for the Speedo Healer was beside the battery as the cables were not long enough to put it with the other two. I have the remote button mounted inside the dash above the speedo so there is no need to have instant acces to the main module of the Healer, I have gone with -12.2% correction as mentioned elsewhere on this board as I have a 16T front Sprocket fitted. I will take some photos of where they are installed later tonight and post them (if I can figure out how to do it).
Sorry I didn't take any as the installation progressed but I did sort of follow instructions that had already been posted here but with my own variations.
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post #2 of 12 Old 12-28-2005, 11:53 AM
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I put my Speedohealer inside of the black left side panel under the seat, close enough to make it to the connections and easy for me to pop off the cover and mess with it if needed.
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Need I say more?

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I'm going to show my ignorance now, how do I post the photos I've just taken.
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Make sure they are in jpeg format and when you post you have to use the "Go Advanced" button and there is a button you can click on to upload from your pc to the site. A new box will open up, find the file, click upload, then close the box when done and then finish out your post and click reply and it should post the pic.
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I must be blind as well. Where is the Go Advanced Button?

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Important question is did you notice any difference with the ignition module?

green 10r, Akro EVO 2, Hyperpro rsc, tre, pcIII, Puig DB, K&N, Purvision HIDs, Speedohealer, GONE

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Can't say yet, 2" of snow lying outside. Probably won't know for sure till March. Can't Wait.
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The only place I could find for the Speedo Healer was beside the battery as the cables were not long enough to put it with the other two. I have the remote button mounted inside the dash above the speedo so there is no need to have instant acces to the main module of the Healer
I'm interested in seeing how this works for you. I have my healer behind the left front headlight and the fork tube hits it whenever I have to maneuver the bike between the tricycles and bigwheels parked in my garage :headshake

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