Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Kitchener Ontario
If there was easy access to the ECU I could see it. Took about 2 minutes of thought, here is my solution, parts and wiring would need to be researched more, my first thought was to use the front brake lever to activate the brake light, that means you have both the throttle to work and the lever, not user friendly. Second thought is what I do is a light pressure on the foot brake, there is a easy adjustment for when the light comes on, further travel engages the brake. Electrically it would be a install of a micro-switch at the throttle cam, with a second relay driven by the neutral switch, the micro would be connected to a delay on cct. of about 1.5 seconds, as each shift you don't want the light on.
Another way would be to use something like the go cruise, and have a micro switch at the front, you can set the throttle cables to allow forward motion beyond the idle stop.
Last edited by onewizard; 11-24-2018 at 11:29 AM.