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After 2 units that did not work correctly with the scrambler, HealTech developed firmware C09 that now works perfectly with the Scrambler.
Also my Classic saddlebags came in I can only use the large or small bag on the left side as I have the high termi exhaust on the right side. Someone also asked me to post a picture of the scrambler handlebar bag. So here are pictures of everything. Was not sure where to post this as the gear indicator is news and the rest pictures are well pictures.


with small saddlebag





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Hanlebar bag and gear indicator


 

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Glad to see it's working for at least one installation.

I'm sitting with a non functional GIpro and wondering what to do with it. The vendor I bought it from has asked me to ship it back to them for a replacement but it sucks that HealTech didn't bother to test the unit properly before releasing it into the market. Now I have to ship the unit back on my dime all the way to UK and hope that it doesn't get lost or damaged in transit. :(
 

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Glad to see it's working for at least one installation.

I'm sitting with a non functional GIpro and wondering what to do with it. The vendor I bought it from has asked me to ship it back to them for a replacement but it sucks that HealTech didn't bother to test the unit properly before releasing it into the market. Now I have to ship the unit back on my dime all the way to UK and hope that it doesn't get lost or damaged in transit. :(
Sorry to hear that. Blue Monkey here in the states sent ups label for free to make the exchange
 

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Glad to hear that baimo. I've received my C-09 and will have it installed Tuesday when I take my bike in for its first service. The classic saddlebag looks good btw.
 

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@baimo can you please share some details or better yet a pic of where the red wire on the Healtech wire assembly is supposed to be tapped on to to the red/black wire on the fusebox as per the install instructions? Too bad they don't have any diagrams or schematics in the instructions.

Also, how did you manage to remove the stock trafficator's connecting wires? Did you have to open the front lens cover for it? I can't seem to see any connectors outside of the indicator.

many thanks!
 

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@baimo can you please share some details or better yet a pic of where the red wire on the Healtech wire assembly is supposed to be tapped on to to the red/black wire on the fusebox as per the install instructions? Too bad they don't have any diagrams or schematics in the instructions.

Also, how did you manage to remove the stock trafficator's connecting wires? Did you have to open the front lens cover for it? I can't seem to see any connectors outside of the indicator.

many thanks!
I will be fitting mine Friday after 1st service is done. It will be located alongside the upper right of the digital speedo.
This is a supplement for fitting to scrambler and shows a location for red wire
http://www.healtech-electronics.com/docs/Supplementary%20Manuals/GPDS-D02_SCRAMBLER800_2015_en.pdf
 

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Thanks a bunch for that link Tony. It all makes sense now. Will be fitting mine soon.
 

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Does the classic bag frame bolt (only?) on to the holes with plugs on the grab handles?
I am sorry, but I never noticed your post until today. Hopefully you already have the answer but here it is anyhow: The bags have clips on the back of them that fit around a horizontal bar that is part of the fitment system when you purchase the bags. There is a fitting for each side of the bike.
 

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Thanks Tony. I was starting to sweat! :)
Looks easy enough, just pull off the plastic at front of tank and use something to keep that tank scratch free when you tilt it up. Maybe tank will tilt enough without need to pull off the plastic not sure as never tried tilting it. Where are you mounting yours?
 

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Looks easy enough, just pull off the plastic at front of tank and use something to keep that tank scratch free when you tilt it up. Maybe tank will tilt enough without need to pull off the plastic not sure as never tried tilting it. Where are you mounting yours?
Mine was mounted awhile ago by the dealer. How he did it, I had no idea. That is why I was sweating because I could not answer the question.
 

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Not sure what the question refers to. If it is handlebars, I put the Full Throttle ones on. If it is about the saddlebag, the bar is part of the mounting subframe included with the bag purchase. It is made of Metal
Thanks for getting back on the what kind of handlebars.
 
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