This is the meter with the engine on at idle.
The entire process took perhaps an hour at a very unhurried pace.
It's NEVER a good idea to hurry through anything electrical with this system. It's pretty unforgiving.
This isn't as accurate as going the extra mile and installing it (and the extra necessary do-dads) directly to the battery, but it's just the motorcycle equivalent of an idiot light on a car dashboard anyway.
If it indicates a problem, time to break out the multi-meter and trace it down.
Not rocket science but perhaps this will help someone in the future.
New front tire & rear tire
Brass fuel inlets
Swing arm cleaned and lubed
Final Drive oil
Cooling system flushed and filled
Mosfet R/R and relocated
Trying to achieve Anodized Red Chrome paint... from a rattle can...
Last edited by HarryS; 12-17-2015 at 07:15 AM.