FAQ Datatool Digi

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Can you tell me what colour wires I should connect to?

Digi requires the following connections:

Red: 12v positive switched feed, stays live at all times the ignition is switched on.

Black: Earth connection

Brown: To the neutral light switch wire, must go to earth when neutral is selected

Yellow: Engine speed sensor wire – connect to a tachometer pulse wire, crankshaft pick up coil or even phase from the 3 phase alternator

Green: road speed sensor wire, connect to the speed pulse to the speedo or directly to the wheel speed sensor.

We are unable to provide model specific wiring information, please refer to a wiring diagram for your motorcycle or if in doubt contact your local dealer for assistance.

Why doesn’t the Digi program?

If Digi refuses to program correctly it is likely either the road speed pulse or the engine speed pulse are inadequate for the Digi to determine accurately. This is most common on ABS equipped motorcycles or where the connections have been made to out puts from the ECU rather than from the actual road speed and engine speed sensors. Try changing the connection to the sensors and reprogram.

Digi requires the following connections:

Red: 12v positive switched feed, stays live at all times the ignition is switched on.

Black: Earth connection

Brown: To the neutral light switch wire, must go to earth when neutral is selected

Yellow: Engine speed sensor wire – connect to a tachometer pulse wire, crankshaft pick up coil or even phase from the 3 phase alternator

Green: road speed sensor wire, connect to the speed pulse to the speedo or directly to the wheel speed sensor.

We are unable to provide model specific wiring information, please refer to a wiring diagram for your motorcycle or if in doubt contact your local dealer for assistance.

If Digi refuses to program correctly it is likely either the road speed pulse or the engine speed pulse are inadequate for the Digi to determine accurately. This is most common on ABS equipped motorcycles or where the connections have been made to out puts from the ECU rather than from the actual road speed and engine speed sensors. Try changing the connection to the sensors and reprogram.