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Moty Design GI Gauge Mod

I just received my gauge from Moty Design and all i can say is simply "WOW" The way he integrates the GI on the speedometer looks as if it just rolled off straight from Honda factory line. Brian made sure i got everything i wanted and answered all my questions very fast. Would love to do more business with him in the future and everyone who's been thinking about getting it done. What the hell are you waiting for?
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Also forgot to mention that i've changed the gauge leds to red prior to sending it to BB and asked him for black out also. And i don't know if it's just mine but I can't see any other color on the screen but my red numbers unlike some others say that it shows some kind of background color still being present. Mine is truly blacked out which is what i wanted.
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I just received my gauge from Moty Design and all i can say is simply "WOW" The way he integrates the GI on the speedometer looks as if it just rolled off straight from Honda factory line. Brian made sure i got everything i wanted and answered all my questions very fast. Would love to do more business with him in the future and everyone who's been thinking about getting it done. What the hell are you waiting for?
brian's work is top notch. has always been. now that he's doing the gauge mod again, i'll have to send mine in. but since it's still decent out to ride, i'll have to wait until a weeklong rain front comes through that forces me to take the cage to work.


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DOOOOD, I second that. Brian hooked me up a few years back and it is still as awesome. I have had ZERO problems and I love the red indicator and the color change to the RPM needle and everything else. I do not have a pic with it hooked up but this is what it looks like with the gear indicator cut into the unit. Unbelievable craftsmanship!


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i want one :(.... just cant fork over that much.
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I know I could probably search, but how tough is the gauge removal process? How about wiring the gi?
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I know I could probably search, but how tough is the gauge removal process? How about wiring the gi?
07+, not too hard, although getting to it requires removal of nose fairing. the GI (from what I understand) is completely plug and play.


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On the website messing around, seems like I can only get color change pricing what about the GI as well?

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On the website messing around, seems like I can only get color change pricing what about the GI as well?
The Gear Indicator is actually called the Acumen mod in the PACKAGE pulldown menu.

http://www.motydesign.com/gauges.php

Brian does awesome work with impeccable customer service & responsiveness. I'd love to do the Acumen gear indicator, just didn't have the $s right now... Incredibly happy with the LED mod though, completely changes the look of the bike at night, no more boring/ugly amber washout.


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is there a DIY install for the gear indicator on the forum anywhere? I'm thinking about doing the reverse LCD screens and LED color change this winter and if its easy enough to add in the GI into the gauges I might try to tackle that while I have the cluster off. (don't yell at me for not searching, if I could I would.. I'm in a hotel with shitty internet)

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I definitely wanna see a pic of blackout

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I'm not sure what the turn around time is but when mine return I'll post it up for you. I got basically blue everything except for indicators, needle and gear indicator. Blue color for tach, etc with blackout.
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I'm not sure what the turn around time is but when mine return I'll post it up for you. I got basically blue everything except for indicators, needle and gear indicator. Blue color for tach, etc with blackout.
If memory serves me correct it I got my unit back in about 5 days. It was really quick....he is just one person though so I bet if his volume is high at the time, his turnaround would probably increase; just speculating.

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Oh wow, I was expecting weeks. I'm pulling my gauges this weekend and shipping them out. So hopefully another week or so after I'll have some pics of the blackout for you.
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Oh wow, I was expecting weeks. I'm pulling my gauges this weekend and shipping them out. So hopefully another week or so after I'll have some pics of the blackout for you.

BTW I overnighted everything. Mine is blacked out too. I love it. I have not taken any pictures of it at night though. I really does look great!

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The black out option definitely look nice, but is it any less visible during daytime?

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daytime riding visibility is not effected if its glare on the screen you are worried about

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i hear some one wanted pictures?
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really like your colors. what did you pick for the needle though...?

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here is mine probably my fav mod i've done to my cbr

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looks sexy shadow. I love mine, that man know his stuff.
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GI and LED change

anybody heard any news or update with brian/browningbuck? Im planning to purchase one but i cant get hold of him as to where to ship the parts. Is he still open for business? tried sending him personal emails, fb message and private message here..

cant wait to get myself this mods! :)
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All was well a month ago, haven't tried to contact him since.
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All was well a month ago, haven't tried to contact him since.
hope i can get hold of em soon. got my guage removed already and its been ready to be shipped for a while.. hehe

cant wait to have one...
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Might just be on a holiday trip or something. Literally just had mine done not long ago so I know he's still doing great work =)
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sorry guys we were on a quick vacation, we are back and hard at it.

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Just got my gauge cluster from motydesign. Im loving it. It looks sick I the dark. Very satisfied customer here

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