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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-23-2013, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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kill switch end

Someone please tell me where the end of the kill switch on the right side above the starter button comes out on the bike. On the coil mod it is saying to use that switch but I don't know where to find it on the bike. Surely someone remembers so I don't have to figure it out.

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it goes to the red wire on the ignition coils and
comes from the yellow wire on the ignition switch... easiest place to tap into the wire is at the ignition control box. again, solid red wire.
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it goes to the red wire on the ignition coils and
comes from the yellow wire on the ignition switch... easiest place to tap into the wire is at the ignition control box. again, solid red wire.
Mine was running about a half volt lower at both coils. Not terribly bad, but didn't want to have it get worse over time. I just finished mine and I used the red wire off the back coil as the trigger for the relay, taped up the same wire on the front coil and ran it that way. Hot wire and ground both ran to the battery. Works perfect!! Same voltage at both coils as the battery.



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Mine was running about a half volt lower at both coils. Not terribly bad, but didn't want to have it get worse over time.!! I just finished mine and I used the red wire off the back coil as the trigger for the relay, taped up the same wire on the front coil and ran it that way. Hot wire and ground both ran to the battery. Works perfect Same voltage at both coils as the battery.
Exactly the same way I did it.
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I just "stole" the red wire from the rear coil, fed that to the relay coil.

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