Connections for the DZB World housing RPM limiter
Here are the connections for the DZB World housing RPM limiter
12 Volt locked Pickup Brake Switch
Aprilia Green/red Red Green/Grey
Honda Black Blue/Yellow Green/Yellow
Peugeot Black Blue/Yello Green/Yellow
Kymco Black Blue/Yellow Green/Yellow
Minarelli Red/White Blue/White Green/Grey
Piaggio White Red Black/White
Yamaha Brown Red/White Green/Grey
MBK Brown Red/White Green/Grey
Yamaha >2003 Brown (not to the CDI!) White/blue Green/Grey + place the Jumper on Negative
AM6 Brown Blue/White Green/Grey
Speedfight 3/4 Black Black/Green Green/Grey
CPI Red/White Blue/White Green/Grey
Keeway Red/White Blue/White Green/Grey
Generic Red/White Blue/White Green/Grey
On Aprilias with a 2-wire pickup, you need to take the Brown wire and place the Jumper on negative mode
There are three operating modes that can be selected directly on the Mode button: RPM/Speed/Combination of the two
1 Speed Mode: In this case, you must have connected the speed sensor to the front or rear wheel and its magnet. You must program a maximum speed, and when this speed is reached the motor will be constrained and the housing will prevent the machine from going faster. Practical for entry into the pit at regulated speeds, for example.
2 RPM Mode: In this case, you choose a maximum speed, and the housing will limit the engine to this RPM level. Obviously for an automatic scooter, the clutch must be set above this speed: or choose the Speed mode which is more suitable in this case. Practical for engine break-in.
3 Combination Mode: when you want to limit your engine from a harmful RPM level at high speeds. Practical for endurance racing, for example.
Programming the maximum/limited speed or maximum RPM is fortunately very simple. Simply press the Set button to save the current speed or rpm limit. To disable the limiter, simply apply the brake and push the Set button at the same time. To reactivate, simply turn the ignition off and then back on.