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Old 10-08-2011, 01:06 AM   #1
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k1 cluster swap sticky is vague anyone figured it out completely

I just read through the whole sticky and the thread seems pretty deadend i was just wondering if anyone has actually made this work completely.
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Old 10-08-2011, 07:50 AM   #2
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Re: k1 cluster swap sticky is vague anyone figured it out completely

not completely but since you have a fi conversion the fuel light will work as it should but the temp will not something to do with the 8 bit vs 16 bit ecu's
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Old 10-08-2011, 10:39 PM   #3
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Re: k1 cluster swap sticky is vague anyone figured it out completely

The temp isnt a big deal the whole fuel light always on would be annoying so thats a plus. My friend just gave me a k6 1000 cluster that has a gear indicator. Is there anyone that has done the swap to k4 or newer to a srad.
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Old 10-08-2011, 10:41 PM   #4
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Re: k1 cluster swap sticky is vague anyone figured it out completely

Correction just looked it up I have the cluster from a k5 1000
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Old 10-08-2011, 11:15 PM   #5
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Re: k1 cluster swap sticky is vague anyone figured it out completely

here is the pin matchup again...note, on the old side, 16 & 13 are blank, so, you could match them kinda like i've matched them here. For right now, i've just matched the wiring, haven't really connected anything just yet...

New - Old
1 - 12 ignition
2 - 13 + 12v constant
3 - 1 High Beam
4 - 9 R-Turn
5 - 10 L-Turn
6 - 6 Oil
7 - 7 Temp (sensor)
8 - 11 Tacho
9 - 3 Illumination
10 - 8 Temp
11 - 2 Neutral
12 - 15 Speed Sensor
13 - 16 empty
14 - 4 Fuel A
15 - 5 Fuel B
16 - 14 Speed Plus

This is the pinout conversion for the gauge swap. So basically what your saying is if i do the pinout swap then my gauge will work fuel light and all just will have chec on which isnt an issue?
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Old 10-09-2011, 07:57 AM   #6
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Re: k1 cluster swap sticky is vague anyone figured it out completely

the k2 1000 gauges are not the same, the fuel light will stay on with the 1000 gauge on the fi bike. not sure on the 05 stuff
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Im just going to sell the k6 cluster and get a k1-3 750 cluster.
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Re: k1 cluster swap sticky is vague anyone figured it out completely

i think the temp stays --- but the fuel light will be fine on a fi bike
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Re: k1 cluster swap sticky is vague anyone figured it out completely

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not completely but since you have a fi conversion the fuel light will work as it should but the temp will not something to do with the 8 bit vs 16 bit ecu's
interesting, the guy I bought my bike from did a newer instrument cluster gauge conversion, and I've looked around for a solutions to the temp not displaying but didn't know it was 8 bit to 16 bit problem... back in college we had to create logical gates to do these types of conversions, it was all in a simulation software but wasn't too difficult
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Re: k1 cluster swap sticky is vague anyone figured it out completely

I am trying to swap onto a GS500. Sounds to me like most of the data is a streaming digital signal from the ecu to the cluster?

Since the GS500 has no sensors to speak of such as temp, fuel, or gear position any ideas of how to get this data to the cluster? I realize getting sensors would be the first step, I am thinking using an andrino platform to gather sensor data and pass it to the cluster. Ideas?
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Old 11-09-2012, 06:11 AM   #11
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Re: k1 cluster swap sticky is vague anyone figured it out completely

Much simpler to get a Koso, Acewell or some other aftermarket gauge.
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