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    Is there anyone who's put one in a Buell? I'm so tempted to do it but I'd like to learn a bit more before I go ahead and tear into the wiring harness!

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    Nevermind. I was thinking of something else

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    I have one on mine. A few years ago I decided to go keyless on the bike. My wife sewed the fob into a wristband. It can be sew into gloves as well.

    I usually mount it under the airbox with a spray paint lid in some fashion here's a few:



    Here's where I used the exhaust servo.

    This is where it is currently mounted. The only pain with mounting it in the airbox is finding the thing with the key fob. That is unless your airbox is transparent.

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    Thank you SEXT9 but that's the m-lock. The m-unit more or less replaces the fuses and relays and you can use the m-buttons with it.

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    Oh. Sorry about that. I should've read closer.

    I was looking at that unit the other day. I wasn't sure what I'd be getting into there with the ECM and sensors wiring. I thought maybe they had carbureted models more in mind with the m-unit.

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    It's so tempting but I haven't found anyone yet that's put it in a Buell. There's a ton of Harley guys that's done it but I can't ask them... They have put it in their bikes and they have a ECM!

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    What are you looking to accomplish with the unit? I see it's main point for a builder starting from scratch and has no existing wiring, fuse boxes and relay boxes.

    In any event if you have practice wiring and soldering, a shop manual with all the fold out wiring schematics, you should be good to go.

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    I want to switch out the buttons on the handlebar!

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    The job has been done!


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    Old thread, but I'd like to change out my XB9XS's switchgear, too (only weakness of the bike), and go keyless. Do you remember if you used their m.can OBD or J1850 adapters with this? Wondering if they use the same Deutsch or Molex connector as the Sportster...


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