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post #31 of 37 Old 08-18-18, 23:10
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08-12 so all years prior to 13. Though all 675 Street triples may work.
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I have procured an ST harness so this mod is on!!

Does anyone have a pic or diagram with the plugs labelled?
Most make sense but some I'm struggling with.

My bike is an 06 race bike and has been all it's life. As such, some wiring has been modified - the clutch and side-stand switches have been bypassed (ok for gen 1 models) and the ignition is a simple toggle switch that gets the accessory power from the headlight fuse - I'll obviously need to recreate these mods.

Does the wiring run down the left side of the engine, same as the daytona?

I have access to tuneECU. The air intake flapper, ex-up and idle stepper motor have all been disabled. I also have the Street airbox to fit the fuse/relay rail to.

I only wish my bike was as clean as the OP'

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What did you do with the vacuum solenoid for the intake flapper?
Did it throw a CEL?

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How did you guys deal with the different if they were different crank shaft connectors. I have done a similar swap but I think the engine in my street triple is a daytona so the ecu head is a bit too small to fit onto the engine. I am wondering if I can just splice the new one from a 2013 street triple 675 which is a two wire crank shaft sensor onto the old one which was a three wire and where this will still work. Let me know your thoughts. I dont know what model the daytona engine is but i have the engine number if needed.
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I've looked over both wiring diagrams and put it all in the too hard basket for a gen 1 daytona.

Sorry.
Not much help.

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All models prior to 2013 have a 2 wire crank sensor. I canít speak for after that.
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So I have another question based on my attempted transplant. So my wiring harness has a 2 pin/wire crank shaft position sensor like I said and the harness that was on the bike had a three pin/wire crank shaft position sensor. I thought it would fit but realized that the end of the 2pin/wire was smaller. Now I am a bit stuck.

My question is can I splice the 2 pin onto the three pin and will the engine crank (fyi i did it already but the bike wont start it wont even turn). So I am trying to troubleshoot it to see what could be wrong and I am trying to eliminate this as a fault. Please let me know if it would be possible to do this frankenstein splice and if possible which colors or wires to splice. These two images are what the new and old look like. For some reason its also labled as a speed sensor on some sites. I am so confused at this point in time.
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