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DIY keyless ignition 03-06

i know there's another thread for the 07-08 keyless ignition but here's my version.

Tools/equipment required:
-Torx bit size T40
-wire cutters
-14 gauge wires
-soldering iron/ solder
-heat shrink
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-3x female connectors http://www.autozone.com/autozone/acc...er=325947_0_0_
-toggle switch (you can buy either the 2 or 3 prong switch) http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...oducts_id=1823

Step 1: remove: triple tree, left mids, left ram air duct cover.
Step 2: disconnect this and cut it so there's at least 4 inches of wire remaining on the male connector. i will be referring to this connector as the male connector throughout this thread.

step 3: use the T40 torx bit and remove the ignition from the triple tree. if you want to remove that plastic piece that says "lock,off,on", the you'll need a phillips screw driver.

Step 4: connect 2 of the red 14gauge wire to 2 female connectors and one black wire to a female connector. put heat shrink over it.


step 5: connect the red wire to power. connect the other red wire to acc. connect the black wire to ground

step 6: twist the 2 red wires from the toggle switch together (so power and acc should be twisted together). take another 14gauge wire and twist and solder it to the 2 red wires that were twisted together. put heat shrink on to the wires before you solder them together and then cover the soldered area with heat shrink. then wrap the heat shrink with electrical tape.


step 7: now with that red 14 gauge wire you just soldered, take the other end and twist and solder it to the red wire from the male connector. put heat shrink over the soldered area and electrical tape over the heat shrink

step 8:now with the black wire. take the black wire from the toggle switch and push and twist and solder it to the red/black wire from the male connector. again, make sure you put heat shrink onto the wire before you solder it. cover the soldered area with heat shrink. wrap the heat shrink with electrical tape this is what you should have now.

Step 9: now connect it!!! and use some kind of sticky stuff to glue the toggle switch to the triple tree. i still don't have it glued down yet because i dont know what to use. any ideas?

about those stickers... i'm a loser. i use to work on the weapons systems for F/A-18D and i was just recreating it. haha. if any of this is confusing to you guys, let me know so i can change it around.



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here is my extra 2 prong toggle switch that i have. i would have used this one but the one i have on right now fit perfectly into where the ignition use to be at. this is a bit bigger, i got this at autozone.



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Do you have a dampener too? I would imagine that if you had a GPR it would get in the way? The rebuild looks like its coming along great!

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nah, i dont have one. when i do get one, i'm planning on getting a hyperpro. i dont think it would get in the way though.


all i need now is my fairings back from serg's brother and it's all complete! i'll post up when it's installed. you making it out to vegas next month?!



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nah, i dont have one. when i do get one, i'm planning on getting a hyperpro. i dont think it would get in the way though.


all i need now is my fairings back from serg's brother and it's all complete! i'll post up when it's installed. you making it out to vegas next month?!
Bahahahaha, he has your track skins too! Well I guess we are both on the patiently waiting list, lol. Yeah, if Serg's bro gets down I'll have my bike in Vegas too bro. Got a new battery, rear GP brake, fairing stay and freshg paint to rock

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We keep on hassling him but he just likes living in the dark ages...

As far as that switch is concerned, get yourself a piece of steel, cut it to match the shape of the triples where the ignition barrel was, paint it black and use a couple of small black bolts to hold it in place, then drill a hole through its centre and put the switch in there...
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Did this the other day and had a friend machine a block off plate kind of thing check it out. He tried to anodize it black for me too but it came out that color or some reason gonna paint it black later didn't have time because track day coming up.

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Is there any way to wire in something like a safety? Another switch hidden that you have to hit to start the bike? I want to do this to my track bike but I dont want to make the bike easier for thieves to get.

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^^ thats kinda what I was thinking... id do this, but then it makes it easier to jack..

switch to a switch maybe..? thats a lot more wiring tho


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Is there any way to wire in something like a safety? Another switch hidden that you have to hit to start the bike? I want to do this to my track bike but I dont want to make the bike easier for thieves to get.
Have a look at the RFID how to.... mount the sensor under the seat....
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great DIY.... thanks!
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Sweet Mod. Nice write up!
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Is there any way to wire in something like a safety? Another switch hidden that you have to hit to start the bike? I want to do this to my track bike but I dont want to make the bike easier for thieves to get.
I know its a little old but you could always have another more hidden switch that you could put inline with you kickstand switch or fuel pump

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I know its a little old but you could always have another more hidden switch that you could put inline with you kickstand switch or fuel pump

bingo!!!

easiest way IMO is to use the kickstand. its a 2 wire switch. then put the toggle somewhere out of sight. but accessible. take 5 minutes to wire that one up. 7min if you solder and dont just crimp connect LoL

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bingo!!!

easiest way IMO is to use the kickstand. its a 2 wire switch. then put the toggle somewhere out of sight. but accessible. take 5 minutes to wire that one up. 7min if you solder and dont just crimp connect LoL
Only thing about the kickstand switch would be that you couldn't leave your bike running without being on it!
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Well with the kickstand switch you(or anyone else) could start it in neutral and let it idle but once you go to flip it in gear it would die unless you had that switch engaged.

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another thing would be to wire a relay inline with your battery cable. that kills the bike dead. unless you actually need your clock

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Its called a killswitch, I used to put them in my cars under the shift boots.
Excellent idea to have on a bike considering how easy they are to steal.
Especially with a switch ignition instead of a key, pretty much asking for it to be stolen.
Id run it off the kickstand switch.

Actually I think I have a new project for today. :)
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^^yeah, this is for my track bike so it's not like I leave my bike anywhere public. Always stored in my garage.



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Just did this thanks for the writeup, only PITA was one of the T40 bolt heads stripped so i had to drill it out

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Just did this thanks for the writeup, only PITA was one of the T40 bolt heads stripped so i had to drill it out
No problem dude. Yeah, the T40 bolt was kinda hard, I just had to use a little bit of vitamin M.



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yea thanks for this. one of my winter projects is to make the trackbike keyless. thanks for the writeup bro.


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i just picked up the materials to do this for my new race bike.
my only questions are these:
1) I got the 2 prong switch, how will the wires be run with that?
2) i notice that when you close the cap it disengages the switch. have you run into the cap closing while riding?
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nice write up but i dont see the reasoning behind this, it looks like anyone could walk up and ride your bike away
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nice write up but i dont see the reasoning behind this, it looks like anyone could walk up and ride your bike away
Think it's more geared torwards track bikes I would never do this to a street bike unless you had a hidden killswitch too which is still then even iffy
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