That's actually the idea. You'll notice that there is a plugged hole in the grommet on the side that doesn't have the CA-DP wire. The plan will be to include a wire coming out of this as well that has both the CA's throttle output and speedo lines. That way those with a Stand Alone shunt can much more easily interface to either the controller's throttle input or hall signals and make it a bit more like a controller with a CA-DP plug. It's just that we need to prepare a new batch of partial-stripped cable harnesses to do that and haven't got around to it yet.teklektik wrote: As you point out, the necessary throttle signal is available on the CA DP connector, so it's a small matter to slip another JST pin into the mating shunt DP connector to pick up ThO and run this to a new JST connector to mate with the controller throttle connection - a small variation on Justin's HowTo Throttle post. It's perhaps a little unfortunate that the new shunt does not have such a throttle plug already installed
In the meantime though, you can peel back the heatshrink on the shunt's 6-pin connector, and you'll see that there is a green wire already hooked up to a pin making contact with the throttle signal from the CA. Snip this green wire (it's just a dead end into the shunt) and then extend it to connect to the throttle input of your controller and you should be good to go.