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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-23-2010, 11:18 PM Thread Starter
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600rr wiring help

trying to put together a 600rr for the track and i dont know where these wires go

the bike


from the right side of the harness


left side harness


random hose from the middle


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2nd pic Map sensor? Pair control solenoid? the two green ones no idea?
3rd pic grey plug - front sub-harness connector
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green white wires may be horn
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Ahh yes, I do believe your correct.
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2nd pic Map sensor? Pair control solenoid? the two green ones no idea?
3rd pic grey plug - front sub-harness connector

for 2nd pic any idea on where those go. I cant find any extra connections on the right side of the bike unless i am really missing something

as for the grey plug on the right. I seemed to of had 2 grey plugs like that ,but used one already to plug into that front harness where the headlights would normally be

does the hose just stay loose ?
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i think from looking at other pics, one of the plugs from the 2nd pic is the rear brake sensor? since i am running aftermarket rearsets and no brake i guess thats ok. We figured out the greens are the horn, now this other plug hmmmmmmm
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browsing more pictures on here i think the grey one on the left side connects to the left handle bar controls (horn blinkers etc)
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I think those other two may be the pair control solenoid - which has probably been removed and possibly the MAP sensor, could be rear brake but you should have found that one on the right hand side just below the back of the seat.
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I think those other two may be the pair control solenoid - which has probably been removed and possibly the MAP sensor, could be rear brake but you should have found that one on the right hand side just below the back of the seat.
well i dont have any extra plugs that should go to the rear brake and one of these is long enough to reach where they would connect. As far as the other one I dont see anything around the front of the airbox that it could possibly connect to. I am hoping to have it all buttoned up this weekend and if it doesnt start ill have an idea
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The one up the front is probably the pair solenoid then, given it was a track bike I presume that the pair gear was removed.
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