Installing fuses on stator wire and preparing for MOSFET converasion - Kawasaki Vulcan 750 Forum : Kawasaki VN750 Forums
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Installing fuses on stator wire and preparing for MOSFET converasion

What guage wires and used for all these and what's the best sources for the fuses and waterproof fuse holder? Trying to order stuff ASAP, because I'm tired of dying on the road after all the work I put in.

Also, how would I go about installing a toggle switch for the forward driving lights for day time use and radiator fan? I'd prefer to keep it all on the handlebars. Has anyone done this? I'm trying to bypass the BS wiring harness and JB at all costs.

I've read into the RLU bypass, does anyone have a better understanding on the benefits on that?

Responses or PMs from experienced modders would be much appreciative. I'm desperate at this point.

Also, any ideas on wrapping exhaust pipe under the heat shield for sound and cooler temps?

2006 VN750A
Purchased in August 2015 with 8,500 miles, currently at around 15,000 miles
Once earshaved, but recently reinstalled a modified surgetank and airboxes(like the sound and look better)
K&N air filters
Jetted
Coastered
Vance & Hines Cruizer Pipes
Tuxedo mod
Blue-wire, Two-wire, and sidestand-switch modded
NGK Iridium plugs
New lithium constantly hooked up to a battery tender
Possibly dead, but brand new Caltric stator and R/R

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