Wiring was not an issue. The brake connectors on a V2K are near the rear seat/frame, at the plug above the right side cover. I added a relay there to make sure I had a clean ground. The clutch connection is in the headlight bucket, and not difficult to connect. Power to the unit and pad are easy, parallel to the horn in my case; on when bike is on. Adding magnets was also easy, and mounting the sensor was almost a cakewalk. Add one hole, lined up with the edge of the pulley and done.
My complaint is the low speed operation, and that is probably a tuning issue. I have not sorted out where, yet. It may be the PPM setting, which tells the unit how fast I am going. Still seeking ideas on that.
1976 KZ900A4 (restoration project)