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Offline Atom64

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Re: Speedo Healer
« Reply #16 on: March 02, 2015, 07:28:45 PM »
Nice job.......... :152:

Its my one gripe with the bike is the speed reading.   Went past a front facing camera at 150kmh and nothing.......10 + % is 1000 miles extra on 10k, a complaint to Honda should be made on how else it can be sorted.  :211:
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Re: Speedo Healer
« Reply #17 on: March 02, 2015, 07:58:59 PM »
*Originally Posted by Atom64 [+]
Nice job.......... :152:

Its my one gripe with the bike is the speed reading.   Went past a front facing camera at 150kmh and nothing.......10 + % is 1000 miles extra on 10k, a complaint to Honda should be made on how else it can be sorted.  :211:
The odometer readings are taken from a different sensor or calculated differently. I've measured the distance in my car and it was spot on with the CT.

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Re: Speedo Healer
« Reply #18 on: March 02, 2015, 08:29:35 PM »
Hi All

The Speedhealers are very good and the support is excellent but do NOT follow the instruction for the VFR1200F if you want to fit it to a DCT model it can cause funny affects to the gearbox. If you connect at the ECU point as on the website PDF document it will cause issues as I found out.
The details and pictures on Wez's post show it on the LHS where the ECU is, so be warned.   :232:

I took this issue up with Norbert of Healtech Electronics and had a reply within 4 hours over the weekend. Good service support.

This is a copy of his email....

Hello Min

Thank you for your email.

We list the SH-U01 (universal) harness kit for this bike.

You need to make the connections at the dashboard connector.
This way the speedometer will be calibrated but the gearbox will not be affected.


At the dashboard connector:

  SH Red:    to Black/Brown
  SH Black:  to Green/Black

  Cut the Pink/Green wire

  SH White:  to Pink/Green, which is at the wiring harness side
  SH Green:  to Pink/Green, which goes to the dash


It is also possible to make the connections at the 23-pole black connector which is somewhere after the dash connector. Same wire colors.


Kind Regards,
/Norbert
www.healtech-electronics.com


Hope this helps others in getting it right and not getting into the issue I had.

Min G0JMS     :148:

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Re: Speedo Healer
« Reply #19 on: March 03, 2015, 05:20:21 PM »
*Originally Posted by SunAndSea [+]
The odometer readings are taken from a different sensor or calculated differently. I've measured the distance in my car and it was spot on with the CT.

Well thats good to know.... :062:
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Re: Speedo Healer
« Reply #20 on: March 08, 2015, 11:15:21 AM »
Success   :028:

Following the reply from Speedhealer - Healtech and using the position that Wez did I found that the speed healer worked as design and has no effect on the DCT gear box and display.

I've asked Speedhealer to update their website especially for the  VFR1200X CT so other don't get into the same problems I had of having to restart the engine, not be able to change gear, intermittent operation of the gears!!!!   :232:

Setup to match the GPS and now I'll get a true MPG (lower by 9-10% MPG) and I will know what MPH I am doing.

Thanks Wez for your Forum Post  :460:

Min G0JMS   :148:

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Re: Speedo Healer
« Reply #21 on: August 23, 2019, 12:51:55 PM »
Hi,
If any one has pictures of where the daschboard connector is located I would appreciate if uou could share them.

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Re: Speedo Healer
« Reply #22 on: August 23, 2019, 02:04:28 PM »
 Hi if you see the other emails by me you will see the issues I had. You need to work on the right hand side of the bike this is the side while sitting on it.
The website had PDF documents and it depends if yours is a DCT model. So work on the RHS if it is.

Con TT act the manufacturer as they have a good customer service support.

Good luck with it and they do work well.

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Re: Speedo Healer
« Reply #23 on: August 26, 2019, 07:09:07 AM »
Yes I have a DCT and have been in contact withe HealTech and got the right instruction.
Now I am looking for a picture/pictures of the dashboard connector.
Any one?