did a search, but found nothing conclusive. where can i find tach signal for shift module? do i tap coils, or guage wires? also anyone know how accurate stk. shift light is. thanks. 04 zx10.
:+1: and i've been wanting one of those accumen lights for a while....i thought they stopped making them? i WILL be looking into it now though.standard shift light is more than likley off like the tach is 500-700rpm at redline.
you could opt for the plug and play unit from accumen, $55 harness and then the shiftlight they sell..
this would be the eaasy way, but if you looking to tap into anything then it would be the tach signal coming into the gauge, have done this on a 6r...
tach signal is at the connector of the Instrument Cluster(tach readings are not as accurate as picture below......tapping coils for tach signals is for real Guages like an Autometor ....this one required tapping at the coils but with a special harness and high powered diodes::wink:already have a dynatek shift module and shift light, just asking for scource of tach signal. thanks.
If you have a PCIII and the Hub you can wire an LED to one of the 2 Hub 12V outputs and program it as a shift light.
Exactly, you will need to wire it to a relay, the hub is merely putting out a signal and it's not meant to power anything.:headshake nope i had trouble with this,the multi hub doesnt produce enough volts for it to work right,i could get mine to come on great sometimes and never the rest,you would have to wire it with a relay off the hub to get a constant 12v....imo i think the multi hub is a pos.you would think dynojet could make something a bit more tidy...it just looks like a pile of clown shit