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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-14-2013, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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RR Wiring

TPE Stator
Shindengen Mosfet

3 stator wires to Grey Connection on Mosfet . But what about the three other wires that were on the OEM RR. Theres White, Brown, and Black / Yellow. Where do those go. I dont think i need the brown.
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Tape them away, you wont need them as long as the mosfet has a plug for the stator and for the battery.

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Tape them away, you wont need them as long as the mosfet has a plug for the stator and for the battery.
Agreed. If you have the MOSFET directly connected to the battery, you wont use the other wires. The only thing you may have to do is splice in the headlight relay cable (yellow) to the stator wires to trigger the headlight relay.

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I went the extra steps with this one and untapped the wiring harness and completely remove these wires altogether. I followed the wires to the point that the were spliced into the harness with a crimp, cut out the crimp and soldered the connection back together. No more loose unused wires hanging to cause and unlikely but potential problem.

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