Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
One of the first things I did when I bought my 2014 wing was to build a bypass and install it under the Nav panel. I programmed a $3.00 Arduino Nano to wait a preset time and then trigger the button presses necessary to bypass the nag screen. One of several problems with the commercial system (I forgot who makes it) was that you had to be on the Nav screen for it to work. (The other problem was that it was not waterproof, so I never installed it.) Mine works regardless of the current screen. Since there is no way to bypass the nag screen if the trunk or a saddlebag is open, I installed a waterproof switch to manually trigger the bypass logic. But I rarely use the switch these days since I've gotten in the habit of giving each saddlebag a good push before turning ignition on.