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    Bee,

    Your CC package is simply the best one I've come across and best bang for ones buck too.

    The Goldwing switch gear is perfect for the North American market but is missing the "off-DRL-main" switch used in UK/ Europe on our Birds.
    IMG_20181030_183954_1561900497775.jpg00 Honda-GL-1500-Goldwing-126552_1561900570684.JPG

    It can be added as an OEM part but it's a silly price (>$100). That said it's still an option. IMG_20181030_183629_1561900667391.jpg

    Ade,
    I'd love to pick your brain re how you wired up your set up. I'll PM you just in case you don't spot this post.

    I am also experimenting with a Triumph switchgear to see if it can be adapted.00 EXPLORER_DETAILS_53_1561901190857.jpg

    The task isn't easy (it's canbus for a start, needs twin cable throttle function adding as well as the same off-DRL-Main switch. So not a trivial task and economically Goldwing plus extra switch
    may still be cheaper.
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    Still, I'm crazy enough to try with final look along these lines:
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    Last edited by Mallow1; 06-30-2019 at 4:56 PM.

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    My other option is to use a slight variant of the Goldwing and mod the extra "RVS" button to simply lights "on/ off".00 12_Honda_Goldwing_15_1561901930932.jpg

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    Bee,

    On the balance of probability I'm most likely to go for the above switchgear (once I've stopped phaffing around with the Triumph).

    Is this version of the Goldwing one you can supply with your kit or would it be easier to order that here and buy the rest of the kit from you in the States and have it shipped over?Screenshot_20190620-024959_2_2_2_1561904691033.png
    Last edited by Mallow1; 06-30-2019 at 11:25 AM.

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    Re: Fully Electronic Cruise Control - European

    Mallow, ill pm you. What years your bike? Its a brilliant bit of kit and bees supplies great instructions. Even i managed to do it.
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    Ade,

    Thanks mate. I'm still on the original first one out '97 carb (had her since new).

    Cheers M1

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    Re: Fully Electronic Cruise Control - European

    Can you ping this to me Ade too please.

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    Re: Fully Electronic Cruise Control - European

    Mallow the kit will work for the carbies as well. The only change is the drive cable is installed over the existing ferrel and lays in the same track as the stock cable. I have the only carbed version I have ever done here locally. And I also believe I still have pics of the install

    The can bus system is gonna be a bit of a pain. Mainly due to the switches act as logic triggers and are only wired for a 5 volt signal. I mentioned in the other thread that you could use them to trigger a nano arduino that would control remote relays.

    We'd have to get a look at the wiring on that switch if Mr. Honda didn't change things around then it might be a plug and play and then just use that reverse on off for your lights. If you can get me the year fo the bike I might be able to secure one and see. But be mindfull the later model GW switch gear got a lot bigger.

    Thanks Ade,
    Mallow he's your best bet as he's worked it all out. I can send you a base kit less the switch gear if you want and then you can go from there. The carbies require a dual isolator on the tach and speedo lines. Otherwise the signal gets loaded down and lost in the bikes background noise. I incorporate it in the FI's for the speedo line only their tack signal is twice the size of the carbies and doesn't care. So let me know how you want to proceed.
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    Re: Fully Electronic Cruise Control - European

    Rocketeer, ill Whatsapp you mate.
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