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post #11 of 22 Old 10-23-12, 04:26
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That is clean, but I am not going to modifying the stock harness. I want this to be 100% reversible.
I understand that thinking. I'm intending to do something similar one day (if I ever have time) and also want the option to return the bike to near original.

However in this case I'm not sure what the advantage of preserving the harness is? I dislike the wiring routing on the Daytona, making it like the Street and getting all that crap out from behind the fairing has to be a win.

If someone knows otherwise, please speak up!
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I understand that thinking. I'm intending to do something similar one day (if I ever have time) and also want the option to return the bike to near original.

However in this case I'm not sure what the advantage of preserving the harness is? I dislike the wiring routing on the Daytona, making it like the Street and getting all that crap out from behind the fairing has to be a win.

If someone knows otherwise, please speak up!
Actually, the more we talk about this, cleaning up the wiring does not prevent the bike from going back to sport bike form at all. I am starting to change my mind about the whole thing with the harness. I wish the transformer dude had a documented write up of how his process moves from a vehicle into a nasty human form resembling robot. Mr Decepticon, you have what you did documented by chance?
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op post pics please

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op post pics please
I really do not have anything worthy of posting at this point. I just finished this harness and have to find time to clean up the wiring. It is very unlikely that it will happen this week.

What specifically would you like to see?
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okay, just the process and finsihed product. But sounds like it will be a few till we can see it.

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I'm looking forward to updates.
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okay, just the process and finsihed product. But sounds like it will be a few till we can see it.
Now you give me the desire to über-geek this. I just ordered a GoPro tripod mount and will record my mug while doing the mods. Man, I should have done that for the tear down too (but that has happened over time -- this whole thing started when I decided to install a new header).
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Actually, the more we talk about this, cleaning up the wiring does not prevent the bike from going back to sport bike form at all. I am starting to change my mind about the whole thing with the harness. I wish the transformer dude had a documented write up of how his process moves from a vehicle into a nasty human form resembling robot. Mr Decepticon, you have what you did documented by chance?
You're right. with all the right pieces, my bike could be back in stock form in short order.


Link to build thread below vvvv
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Now you give me the desire to über-geek this. I just ordered a GoPro tripod mount and will record my mug while doing the mods. Man, I should have done that for the tear down too (but that has happened over time -- this whole thing started when I decided to install a new header).
hahaha thats funny, because my header was getting done and thats when i decided to go SF

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I have an OCD tendency when it comes to wiring myself, but it is such a relief to find out that someone has already handled a mod to the extent that I envision. Time saved.



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