Can anybody give me some help on how to eliminate most of my wiring I'M building a drag bike and I want to eliminate non esential wires. Any diagrams of your bike would help. kz900 soon to be 1260.[img]smileys/smiley3.gif[/img]
You can basically eliminate all your stock wiring in a drag bike. Keep it, check it out, set it aside if you plan on returning it to stock form one day. Run new wire to everything, take your time and plan it out so it's out of the way, and it helps to label the wire so identifying a suspect problem is easier. Solder, shrink wrap, and flex tubing and tie wraps help keep everything secure and in place.Well, I just realized that some dragbikes have on board starters and charging systems. Some have headlights and turn signals.What's your planEdited by: quick
As least as possible All I want to do is fire it up. I have another bike to ride so it wont see the road again.
Wish I could help more, wiring a dragbike isn't too difficult tho'. I don't run an onboard starter. I do use a regular batt, tho' some don't. I used the screw type terminal strips, one for ground and one for +12 volts. Ran the +12 volts through a 20 amp inline fuse to the kill switch then back to the terminal strip. Ran a ground to chassis and to the ground terminal strip. If you are using the Dyna S, run another ground to the pickup platefrom thechassis. You can't go wrong following the instructions but read them through. Understand what needs+12vdc and what needs ground to activate. you may need to install a relay if you plan on activating a line lock along with your two step. I still don't see a reason why you would needall the stock wiring.
Im running the dyna s already. I want to use the 4000 system with the 2 step. I will heed your suggestions.
Thanks again Nate.[img]smileys/smiley2.gif[/img]
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its pretty simple, I just did mine actually and like suggested I put aside the stock one and built one fresh, I have a push button bike with a charging system, other than some possitives and grounds, its all a matter of following the directions that come with your Dyna S and the dyna 4000, though the stator wires directly to the regulator/rectifier, I did find out the brown wire must be wired to a draw or you will over charge your battery like mad, the white is possitive and the black the ground, you did say kawi right haha
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