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    Cheapest place to purchase Motogadget components in the UK?

    I've looked at eBay and there are some on there but just wondering if anyone has come across it cheap somewhere?
    Current Project: Honda CG125 Brazil Project

    http://thebikeshed.cc/forums/threads...Brazil-Project

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    I found Digital Speedo's to have best prices so far:

    https://www.digital-speedos.co.uk/motogadget-m3

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    👆🏻👆🏻👆🏻 I think they're the cheapest, cheapest I've found anyway. They're really nice guys too, the owner, John I think is especially helpful. Helped me a few times over the phone with my vmax as he used to own vmaxbitz 👍🏻

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    plus one for digital speedos.
    You can order direct from motogadget but with the exchange rate at the moment it's not really worth it!
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    Thanks for the info - I've now bought an M-Unit from Digital-Speedos and will hopefully be able to start working on it today!
    Current Project: Honda CG125 Brazil Project

    http://thebikeshed.cc/forums/threads...Brazil-Project

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    Great! Check out Revival Cycles
    https://revivalcycles.com/pages/how-...cles-tech-talk
    They've got some really useful tutorial videos on the motogadget stuff.
    I also found this guy
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cpdUm4xRcM
    with a really clear wiring diagram for his cb350 build but it could be easily adapted to suit other applications
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    Thanks yeah I've seen their vids, I've also contacted Stefan at Revival about my wiring diagram and he was really helpful! I'll be sure to watch the other vid though
    Current Project: Honda CG125 Brazil Project

    http://thebikeshed.cc/forums/threads...Brazil-Project

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    I tried himabout something but I didn't get a reply 😞

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    Must if caught him on a good day, I replied to him but I haven't heard back yet.

    My ignition coil only has one wire coming out so I assumed it goes directly into the AUX output? Here's a simplified version of my diagram edited from motogadget

    http://m.imgur.com/gallery/Drac20r

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    I don't know how it would work with only one? Mine is earthed every time it sparks I think. If it was constant live and with no other input how would it spark and also how would it know when? What bike is it?