Background reading - tl;dr: Hyo (lol) GT250R would cut out when I gave it some, plus battery wasn't charging properly. So did a bit of research for plug and play RRs that would fit and got nothing of interest. Thought I'd take the easy way out and go for a GT650R RR but found out you'd still need to play a bit with some of the wires for it to go in. Then I stumbled across the FH012AA, used on late model R1s. A fair few people had replaced oem with these on triumphs and aprilias with great results so I figured I may as well have a crack. I got one of these bad boys, shipped in 5 days. Figured I'd take a day off today and whack it + the tail tidy on. Spent last night taking off fairings and figuring out where they hid the damn thing. Pulled the loom apart ready for some crimping in the morning. That's the new one in the middle, and the old one on the right. Ended up making 2 trips each to bunnings and jaycar, realising that I'd no idea where to mount it and I didn't have enough wiring or a crimper. Rather than use the stock wiring, I wired it directly to the battery. Comes with a 30a fuse and inline holder to make life a bit easier. I ended up putting it in the same spot as the old one. It does poke through the fairings a bit so I'm going to have to get a bit of perspex or something to save it from chain fling/rain but aside from that it sits great (it's the thing right on top of the shock) Took it for a WOT spin around the block just then, from cold. Started it for the first time today - fired up on the first crank and happily revved at ~1200rpm without stuttering (usually don't get it started that quick or idling that well). Felt like a different bike - no more lumpy bottom end, just revs happily all the way to the red. Took the seat off when I got home. This is at idle: loaded with lights/indicators. Anything above 3k it sits bang on 14.58v. Feels like a proper bike now.....sort of.