I can't find my previous post regarding this one. We did a test on the main tank float after making up a tool from some steel bar to undo the cap. The readings were correct against the workshop manual. Yesterday we made up a length of wire and spliced it into the original black/grey wire from the top of the float cap and ran it to the fuel gauge again doing the same. The gauge still only goes to the line below the full line and since doing this the needle is slow coming down the scale but eventually reaches the bottom after switching off. All this has arisen since the Meter assembly was taken off to check the Tacho and Cruise control has something been done to the fuel gauge when it was off the bike for checking? The wire that has been used is slightly thicker than Honda, will this make a difference to the needle? At the end of the day all it means is that I have a larger reserve of fuel in the tank so if I reset the Trip at every fill up I can see how far I have been.