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How's it goin.

Was wanting to know about you r/r. The aftermarket set up on it he said to disconect the wires and tuck the and run new. So my question is does it mess with anything like the lights or cause the brown wire runs to light just wondering.
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Posted this here insted of pm just incase anyone else wanted to know the same thing.
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LOL I'm calling you out slim! Your days are numbered! :P

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How's it goin.

Was wanting to know about you r/r. The aftermarket set up on it he said to disconect the wires and tuck the and run new. So my question is does it mess with anything like the lights or cause the brown wire runs to light just wondering.
read this thread,I helped Kanuck ,figure this out and you won't have to wait for slim to come out after you.You do know he has been in the Middle east for a couple of tours,he might not be one you want to "call out"publicly...lol
https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthrea...t=Mosfet+R%2FR






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Thank y'all guys.

Title was just to get attention. Slim has been a big help so far for me. I was reading the verses yesterday and it said in the r/r verse that you could run the brown wire to the red wire because the brown was siginal wire so what red wire are the talking about. Is it just strait to battery positive or what.

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Thank y'all guys.

Title was just to get attention. Slim has been a big help so far for me. I was reading the verses yesterday and it said in the r/r verse that you could run the brown wire to the red wire because the brown was siginal wire so what red wire are the talking about. Is it just strait to battery positive or what.

Thanks for the help denny6006.
I knew you were Joking on the title ,I actually found it quite funny too,Glad to help




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Ohh shoot, I was scared.. I turned white as a sheet seeing the title of this thread

You are asking the wrong person exactly what to do... I have a custom wiring harness to incorporate a lot of different aftermarket electronics to include the MOSFET R/R, An Ignitec Ignition Control Module, after market ignition switch, and a few other things that I am not ready to right about (because I am still working out little bugs in the systems).


But to answer your question to the best of my ability... I would use the stock R/R wiring harness (minus the stock R/R connector). and cap off the brown wire with a Wire nut and heat shrink tubing... or use the brown wire to trigger a relay for a volt meter.
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