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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-05-2016, 12:40 AM Thread Starter
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Lightbulb Clean Wiring

On most video I look at when installing new mods I find that their wiring is organize as hell. I don't know if it is because my bike is an older model (2007 CBR600RR) but I am envious of the look and feel that a clean electrical system can create. I am mean even putting in my Integrated tail light was a pain in the ass since I had to buy a 3 to 2 connection adapter. Even with that it still looks shoddy. Anyone have a video or website that can point me into the direction of re wiring my bike?

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I can recommend this site to find the appropriate oem style connectors and tools to assist with the wiring. I've order a few parts from them and had no issues at all.

http://www.cycleterminal.com/motorcycle-connectors.html

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Also look online for the appropriate wiring diagram to ensure you know what wire goes to where. It really helps out when you spend an entire weekend trouble shooting an injector code.

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Mike, Thank you very much for the website. I will try to find a wiring diagram, but I plan to just take it a piece at a time. This helps me more than you believe.

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Tripageled has alot of oem connecters..

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