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post #1 of 22 Old 10-21-12, 00:34 Thread Starter
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Street Fighter your Daytona...and STOP cutting your harness

I was bitten by the Street Fighter Bug and decided to take the leap to convert my like new 2011 Daytona 675 to a street fighter. After reading some of the conversion threads on this forum and others, I noticed that the majority, if not all conversions, had the completely unacceptable "feature" of willingly cutting the wiring harness.

My two requirements for a street fighter conversion
  1. Completely reversible
  2. Keep all OEM parts in tact in original form

This means that I will not be making any modifications to the parts that originally came with the bike.

After about 30 minutes of online chat with TE, I acquired the AMP connector that is the connector for the dash. This allowed me to build an extension for the wiring harness so I do not have to cut it. This is the primary extension to me. Now that I have completed this, I will neatly tuck away all the wires and figure out the other harness plugs that also need extensions.

I will update this post once this is complete.

In the interim, here is a picture of the harness I just very casually spent less than two hours (while watching Breaking Bad) to complete.



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Very nice! Will definitely be keeping an eye on this one...

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Who would have thought Twizzlers could solve this?! Oh wait those are wires...

Good work nonetheless.

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Ascribner, I wanna be like you when I grow up. And I mean that in all sincerity. I wish I had those kind of mad wiring skills.

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I've been think of doing the same to my 09 but I'm still unsure of what's involved and how much it'll cost. Anybody got some good conversion pics?


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I've been think of doing the same to my 09 but I'm still unsure of what's involved and how much it'll cost. Anybody got some good conversion pics?


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There are plenty of very informative posts on both this forum and if you ask really nicely, your friend Google will also show you some action.
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I will be following this thread very closely. I love these kinds of projects.

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Very interesting. I will be keeping an eye in here!

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I never cut the wiring to the cluster. See the wires running forward, they are plenty long enough.
Only had to lengthen several wires to the handlebar switches. Conversely, A shitload of wire was removed when the electronicals were moved under the tank and attached to the Street Triple fuse/relay bracket.
you definitely need this bracket, if nothing else but to hold the bike's Tip-over sensor(housed in the Daytona's front cowl.)





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That is clean, but I am not going to modifying the stock harness. I want this to be 100% reversible.

Happen to have that relay bracket part number? I do need that.

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I never cut the wiring to the cluster. See the wires running forward, they are plenty long enough.
Only had to lengthen several wires to the handlebar switches. Conversely, A shitload of wire was removed when the electronicals were moved under the tank and attached to the Street Triple fuse/relay bracket.
you definitely need this bracket, if nothing else but to hold the bike's Tip-over sensor(housed in the Daytona's front cowl.)





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