****DISCLAIMER***THIS INSTALL COULD CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH***PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK***I AM NOT LIABLE FOR YOUR INSTALL****
Thought I would throw that in there since it is pasted all over the product and the guy's site selling the kit. Murphskits.com. They do not suggest installing this on a motorcycle.
So I wanted real cruise control on my bike just like a car on my 2011 M109R.
I saw the Audiovox version with vacuum, but there is an alternative. Rostra makes a universal cruise control that holds the speed better and runs off your VSS (vehicle speed sensor)
There was enough info on the web to attempt this and Rostra has tech support. Rostra will not advise you when it is a motorcycle, but I was able to call a couple times and ask generic questions.
I spent a lot of time trying to figure out where to mount this monster box. The logical place is under the battery box in the space between the rear cylinder and the battery. I am making a new battery box that will have more storage so I am putting mine immediately behind the rear cylinder. I had to move some relays, but it will fit in there perfectly.
These units have a brain and a throttle cable. The wiring was the daunting task here and I wanted to make sure to have that all worked out before I started to cut the wires down and then needed more length.
There is a diagnostic mode which will tell you that you have all the wires correctly installed and working. The only portion that I could not test was the engaged light on my control pad. You can buy one with or without.
Here is the wiring in test mode and you can see the length that you will need to cut down.