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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-22-2014, 08:38 AM Thread Starter
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Gauge needed to start motor?

I bought a wreck and want to get the motor started. It is missing the gauges. Do I need it to start the motor? Also, I think I'm missing a sub-harness between the gauges and the main harness loom. Is there such a sub-harness?
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Cluster is not needed to start the bike. Make sure the BAS is located between the headlights. Will not work if this is installed incorrectly or missing without bypassing it. What year is it?




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2006. I just picked up the BAS from a local 600rr member. Together with a newly acquired tank and airbox, I should have it fired up before the weekend!

Thanks for the reply!
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Yep no need for the cluster... awesome man let us know if she runs

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I sure will, thanks. I may actually not get to it until after the holidays. I will post a video if I get it running.
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