With this method the fuel pump is being killed, yes the pump will prime for a second or two and the bike will try to fire, but once it ignites for a split second the bike has no chance of running! I had trouble finding a small write up on this so here it is.. my way... I chose to do it this way so there was no cuts on the factory harness, and everything can go back right as it came from honda.
- First locate this wire below the fuel pump relay on the fuse box.
- Next with a small small flat head screw driver, go in there and push the little clip holding the connector in place, as you do so with a tiny phillips screw driver on the other side where the relay would push in.. apply some pressure so the connector slides out as shown
- Basically this IGN/DISABLE works like a relay, so alls you are doing is putting this "relay" in between the path of the fuel pump wire. The IGN/DISABLE as you you know has 2 wires, put a male connector on one end and now shove it into the female connector just taken from the fuse box, and shrink tube it to be safe as shown.
- Now for those with good common sense the next step is simple, place a female connector on the other IGN/DISABLE wire and insert it into the fuse box as the one originally was, inserting it into the same spot. You may have to modify the connector a tiny bit if it doesnt click in. I did a little bit and it clicked in nicely!