No, there's no laser gyroscope. The tilt sensor is connected to the "proprietary conbobulated harmonic phazer signal." See post below from another thread by Mike Lowary.If the tilt sensor is used in conjunction with the turn signals, (among other things,) how are they compensating for centrifugal force? Are they using a laser gyroscope, or some other method?
Well. I don't know how long you have owned an 1800, but by now you should be aware that you have not been chased by any dogs while riding this beautiful machine. Bet you never even noticed it until now, huh? It transmits (via a proprietary conbobulated harmonic phazer signal) at a frequency that only dogs can hear and scares the bejesus out of them if they even come within 50 feet of a moving GL1800. (Incidently, that are hard at work on a suicidal deer repulser, even as you read this.) You should notice upon closer inspection that this Canine Canceller is shaped like a ...dog bone. Not a coincidence, I am sure.
WHAT?? Someone as smart as you doesn't have a shop manual yet?!Stormbringer said:Sunkist,
That makes sense. I really need to get off my duff and buy a shop manual from Hal...