We regularly undertake electrical and electronics work ranging from adding a quickshifter to a bike; to installing and setting up an aftermarket programmable ECU, such as those manufactured by Ignitech and Zeeltronic; to installing aftermarket dash units, such as AIM Sport, Koso, and Translogic; to fabricating bespoke wiring looms from scratch.
We have used many of these products on our own bikes and can recommend a product based on your requirements and our experience.
AIM MyChron 3 Dash on the 95Racer
Here is an example of an installation of the MyChron3 dash by AIM Sport. We then built the carbon fibre surround with switches for On/Off, map selection, and quickshifter on/off, as well as indicator LEDs for low oil pressure, neutral gear, and an ECU fault (provided by the standard ER-6 ECU)
Designing and Fabricating a Bespoke Loom
For your Yamaha TZR-250 Hybrid project, we designed and built a custom loom from scratch. The first step was to draw up the wiring diagram. For gauges, we'd re-purposed the standard Yamaha YZF-R125 units and converted the built-in fuel gauge into a temperature gauge.
You'll also notice that we added a knock sensor. This is a product we intend to release at a future date once we've had some experience with it. It uses a common automotive sensor with a control box of our own design. Its output is connected to what used to be the "engine check" light on the original Yamaha YZF-R125 gauges.
Here is the wiring diagram:
And, the loom fabrication in progress:
Re-purposing Existing Gauge Sets
And, finally, a view of the converted, re-purposed clocks. You can see the temperature gauge on the left side. We also added a shift light, located next to the number 11 in the rev counter. This is programmable via the Ignitech unit. The "check engine" light now serves as a detonation count indicator. This conversion meant that we also needed to get a new clock fascia made.
So, whatever your electrical/electronic needs are, I am sure we can help.