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post #31 of 37 Old 04-29-12, 19:08
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Spent this weekend messing with my harness. I was tired with how the fuses, r/r, and harness hung in front of the forks, always making it a pain in the but to remove and install my bodywork.

So I moved the r/r to the subtail section, got rid of junk since this is a dedicated track bike, and ran the entire harness on the inside of the frame. I think it cleaned it up nicely and should make working on the bike easier.







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nice job... like the rectifier location as long as it gets air flow?
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post #33 of 37 Old 04-29-12, 22:27
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Spent this weekend messing with my harness. I was tired with how the fuses, r/r, and harness hung in front of the forks, always making it a pain in the but to remove and install my bodywork.

So I moved the r/r to the subtail section, got rid of junk since this is a dedicated track bike, and ran the entire harness on the inside of the frame. I think it cleaned it up nicely and should make working on the bike easier.
SWOOOOOON.

I really want to do this sometime soon just to clean everything in the front end up. Looks great, VERY nice work!

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So what do you do with the cut wires? Loop that particular circuit so the computer doesn't throw an engine light?
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post #35 of 37 Old 07-24-12, 09:44
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I know this is an old thread but I am setting up a D675R for track only use and want to do something similar. Question about the racing harness that Triumph offers? Most that sell it state that you need to also buy the race ECU? Is that true? I will be tuning it with TuneECU.
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post #36 of 37 Old 07-25-12, 06:24
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Not useless... If you go keyless. I use it as a secondary key and storage. When you pull it, it disables everything and doesn't drain the battery.
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post #37 of 37 Old 11-22-12, 19:04
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So what do you do with the cut wires? Loop that particular circuit so the computer doesn't throw an engine light?
Yes, I just jumped the clutch sensor and the side stand sensor wires... I had a lowside the other day at Jennings, bike will not start now, so while I have it pulled apart the figure out wtf is going on, I am thinking about reinstalling the clutch sensor so I can use a quickshift without any issues.
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