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Denali D2 installation notes: BMW R1200GS

Posted on May 31, 2011 by TwistedThrottle.com There have been 0 comments

A few hints, installation tips and suggestions for routing wires and choosing the proper wire colors to tap.


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On the Twisted Demo R1200GS we have installed a distribution plate and a ground block. Underneath this tray is the compartment where we placed the D2 controller.





The control module fits well under the tray behind the battery. We drilled an oblong hole in the side of the box. This hole was just large enough to pass the plugs and wires through. Then we zip tied the wires along the sub-frame.





Denali D2 wires run to the front of the bike on the RHS under the bodywork and then beneath the "wing" of the the gas tank.





Denali D2 wires run to the front of the bike on the RHS under the bodywork and then beneath the "wing" of the the gas tank.





Look for the rectangular plug with 3 pins running down the center of it on the LHS of the headlight housing. The dimensions of the plug are around 20mm x 10mm. Strip some of the protective tape back from the wire set and tap the white wire with the supplied blue Positap then re-tape with appropriate electrical tape.





Deanli D2 installed on the optional SW-MOTECH auxiliary light bar.





Wiring Option 1: High and low beams.





Wiring Option 2: Full intensity with power on/off capability.

The white wire on the R1200GS is for the high beam. Tapping this wire with the blue wire from the Deanli D2 kit and tapping a switched wire (such as the running light in the headlight housing) allows you to use the high and low settings on the D2 auxiliary LED lights through the existing BMW high beam, switch.


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