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Hi!

Due to the case that I still don’t have my bike, but wanna be prepared, I need some help/information :)

  • Could anybody tell me what kind of connector is used at the bike for the Display?
  • And how the pin configuration is?

Just think about getting the KT-LCD3 here in Germany and solder the right connector.

Thanks!

Thorsten

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