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    ♠️ MARCEL
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    Hey,
    Welcome to the site!

    Usually these things are mostly china aftermarket units found online to some varying styles but this is the most common way i’ve seen them fitted on various brand bikes (not just hyosung)

    a. Sensor uses magnets near the shifter area
    b. The “Neutral”  wire sometimes is used to splice together  (both dash & aftermarket gear display share the N sensor near the sprocket front)

    Typically, they should come with instructions with some diagrams to aid in the install process.

    There isn’t a “specific” hyo manual regarding this, so this will be classed as a custom job. You may or may not need to splice in to the electrics depending on the unit.

    Also this forum contains Service manuals for your bike,  read one of them, you will notice there is a wiring diagram of the entire bike laid out on one of the last pages of the book.

    Good luck, let us know how you get on!

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