cliffyk said:Here is how I did mine:
To gain access you need to remove the fairing at the base of the windscreen:
First remove the two screws to the left and right of the instrument cluster:
Here's a shot of the sensor connector:
The sensor cable is held aside by two rubber-coasted mild steel clamps, bend them back with your fingers to release the cable. the connector is sort of a PITA to get apart, at arm's length with your head twisted around--study the DRD connectors (experiment with connecting and disconnecting them to each other) and you will get a feel for what needs to be done up under the front-end.
The extra wire you see tapped in is so that I could feed either the raw speed sensor or DRD modified signal to the ECU (see below).
Here is how I mounted the DRDSpeedo control, wire tied to the starter cables and accessible by just removing the fairing:
Though I have not had to access the controller since installation (set to -9.1%) I have experimented with feeding the ECU both the raw sensor signal and the processed DRD signal--finding that the processed signal provides the best overall air/fuel ratios, power, and fuel economy...