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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-06-2006, 11:00 AM Thread Starter
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Remoute start engine dream

HI,all
I want to do remoute start engine by pressing button on signalization pager, need elektrical schem, or may be someone does someting like that.

Signalization will install in any case (It's necessary in our Country- Ukraine).

What kind of neutral sensor, simple switch?
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neutral sensor is easy - you have neutral indication light right on yor dashboard. however take into ac**** that starting our bikes cold 99.99% of the time involves choke lever manipulation and giving them a bit of throttle too sometimes. IMO fuel injected vehicles are better candidates for remote start.

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I used to instal remote starts on cars and stucks, YOu have to have EFI or won't work. Also if you leave in gear bike will jump off the stand and that will be bad.
I would not recomend a remote start on a bike ever.

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the bike will have to be EFI. give me a year or 2 as i am working on an efi unit for the bike. other then that you can just rig it up like you would on a car, except the neutral switch will be run off the neutral light. that will keep it from starting while in gear.

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except the neutral switch will be run off the neutral light. that will keep it from starting while in gear.
That right, neutral sensor will be involved to keep bike from starting while in gear.
As for choke lever manipulation, I think it's not so problem, couse there is elertrical switch.
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Just remember to turn the choke on after you stop the bike at night. The only problem is that you know how the rpms go way up after you start it with the choke. If there was a way to automatically adjust the choke as the engine warms...

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As for choke lever manipulation, I think it's not so problem, couse there is elertrical switch.
Taras, our chocke is Manual lever connected with cable to the carb choke module (read somwhere on our bike it is enricher actually rather then choke - correct me here if wrong) . no electrical switches involved there.
start procedure that i go through:
set choke lever to 1/2 engaged, crank starter until engine picks up (usually 1.5 cranks or so, if it doesnt i give a bit of throttle to), and set the chocke to almost fully engage immidiatley. the RPM reaching 2000 and in matter of seconds begins to climb. i gradually disengage choke to keep it on 2000RPM after about 2 minutes the engine will hold itself on idle without sputtering with choke disengaged.

what this means is - the way i see it you will need strong servo motor with higher Amperage controller circuit (dunno about others but my choke lever is somewhat stiff ) to acutate the choke lever depending on feedback recieved from RPM sensor cirquit (which also needs planning and design). it is not good to let the engine race so leaving the lever engaged in the evening is not a solution i would use.

besides why do you need remote start anyways? it only takes 1-2 minutes tops to warm up from 45F or 8C degrees outside temp, and it's not like you going to have warmed up interioir of the car anyways.

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I'm curious as to why you would want your bike to remote start?

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i wouldnt mind remote start.... also would like hydrolics that would lay the bike on its frame when i turn it off..... that would be cool :P..... can i also get a talking wrist watch, and a cool sweeping red light on the front fender? then i can call my bike 'kit'

regardless, efi will be needed no matter how you look at it...

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I built a sweeping red light for the front of my car. Did it in 1984. I've got one in my room right now, using jumbo super bright LEDs glued into flashlight reflectors. Outstandingly bright. For my first build, it cost $150 in parts. My second cost $80 in parts, and my third (if I ever finish it) will have cost me $10 in parts.

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