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What is this connector for?

I just bought an 06 RR for a track bike and it's been dropped with some wiring mods. My question is, what is the connector for in this attached pic, it looks like it was just cut and 2 wires jumped. It's between the headlights on an 06 600RR.
If this is in the wrong place sorry mods. Thanks in adavanced.
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Someone bypassed the BAS.

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Ahh ok. Bank angle sensor. I'm assuming it's a cut off when the bike goes down. I got the impression that he used to stunt with the bike before I bought it but I didn't care too much as I was looking for a cheap track bike.
Is there any advantage to why riders do this?
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Ahh ok. Bank angle sensor. I'm assuming it's a cut off when the bike goes down. I got the impression that he used to stunt with the bike before I bought it but I didn't care too much as I was looking for a cheap track bike.
Is there any advantage to why riders do this?
None that I can think of. Personally I'd rather have my bike shut off if I ever tipped it over. I guess if you're stunting it you wouldn't want to have to deal with it.

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I would replug the BAS sensor if you are going to track the bike you need that fuel pump turned off ASAP for safety if God forbid you go down



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