CONTRARY TO WHAT YOU'VE LIKELY READ, THE M-BUTTON IS NOT EASIER, FASTER, OR IN ANY WAY LESS COMPLICATED THAN RUNNING DIRECT WIRES FROM YOUR SWITCHES TO THE M-UNIT. THE M-BUTTON MUST BE INSTALLED INSIDE YOUR HANDLE BARS AND THIS IS NOT A SIMPLE TASK.
If you are building a show bike where all of your wiring and cabling is run internally then this is a brilliant device for accomplishing this.
Takes a bit of planning and effort to get all this into the inside of you handlebars and attached to your momentary switches. You'll need to leave time to plan and assemble but the benefit of having all those connections reduced down to one wire (plus a ground) is worth it.
I wired this into my head light bucket and the wire runs right past my ignition and coils with NO PROBLEMS at all! Got a 3 button m.Switch for left hand controls, and a 2 button for the right. (1977 CB750). All that wiring stays up front in the headlight bucket, and 1 wire back to the m.unit.
100% impressed over and over again by Jeff & Co at Revival. They’re patient and kind no matter the enquiry (currently resto-modding an R100/7 and have LOTS of questions about the Motogadget rewire) and go out of their way to offer creative solutions and out of the box thinking. I will forever return and recommend Revival.
North Vancouver, BC
I cannot recommend Revival Cycles enough. Not only do they have a great assortment of gear and accessories but they provide superb customer service. I was having some difficulty making it work... Jeff pointed out what I was missing and also provided schematics to make it work. Thank you guys very kindly, your crew rocks.
Santa Fe, NM
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