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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-22-2007, 03:14 AM Thread Starter
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Wire clean up.

So I took the front cowl off to put in some krazy eyes and other things. Its all good now - but i just have so many wires.

Whats the best way to clean them up? Its extremely tough to get the cowl back on correctly because the wires interefere with the Ram air tubes. I just can't get it to align well.

Should the wires be directly underneath the headlight housing? but above the ram air?

Let me know what you did to clean up this messy little area.

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I cable-tied them (all my cables) together and laid all the wires next to each other (as much as possible) on top of the ram-air tube. Also sometimes have a bit of hassle getting them in, but I just wiggle them a bit with little other problems. I have an '03, and shoved the cable running from the far headlight to the left ram-air tube under the headlight-cluster and inside the fairing.



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