Step one - Remove Suzuki badge.
Use heat gun and warm up badge. Use low heat so you do not melt anything.
The badge is held on with a soft double sided tape so you are just trying to soften it.
Gently pry off badge with a very thin screw driver or knife.
Step two - Remove console from bike.
Undo the bolt holding the console to the tank.
Remove side covers and remove bolt holding an in place.
Slide tank back and unplug console.
For the lazy just remove the bolt, lift up and slide protective sheet over tank.
Step three - Prepare
Here is a pic of most of the things you need. The switch is a micro switch design to go on circuit boards.
These can be obtained from any basic electronics shop.
Open the door remote and find the two tracks that go to the button. Solder a wire to each track, drill a hole in the remote control cover and feed the wires out. You may need to super glue the remote back together depending on what you have.
Solder the other ends of the wires to your button/switch. TEST!
Mark the center of the rectangle the badge came out of and drill a hole big enough to allow the switch through. Mine was 7mm.
Step four - Install
Get a mate to hold the console up (for the lazy one's like me who did this in place ) and use hot glue to fix the switch and remote in place.
It now looks like this from the top
Now use your double-sided foam mounting tape and cut pieces to fit the back of the badge.
Leave a circle in the middle clear so it does not stick to the button when in place.
This allows the foam to compress and only push the button when pressed .
Stick badge in place and bolt console back in.
You now have a completely concealed garage door opener. Well done!