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Anyone use a MotoGadget M Unit to delete SPU ?

Buddy and I are building a Honda Hawk GT, going to use one of these to simplify the wiring and it looks like it does some cool stuff. My buddy is way more of an electrical guru than I am but I was wondring if anyone has tried deleting the SPU and using one of these.

Not sure if I have the updated SPU or not, have not looked at the back of it on my 07 has done a couple funny things where it did not want to turn over once but its going fine for now.

I think this would be way more work on the Brute compared to the Hawk but may be an option.
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I installed the M-Unit on my CB550 cafe bike. For that particular application, I couldn't be happier with it. Definately an upgrade over the antique OEM electrics. I can't speak for an installation on a newer bike like yours though...

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