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Offline asb

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Re: Gas tank and fairing removal
Reply #10 on: 26 May, 2015, 05:50:37 PM
Veloman, that is a handy list.  Did you pick up your live feed for the relay at the front and if so what did you use please?

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Offline Veloman

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Re: Gas tank and fairing removal
Reply #11 on: 26 May, 2015, 09:47:24 PM
I have struggled to remember this given that it was back in 2013 but I finally remembered. I removed the fairings to fit heated grips. They were Honda ones for the CBF bought off eBay. They came with the necessary wiring which took the live power (only with ignition on) from the front brake stoplight switch. There are two wires to switch so the live feed needs to be identified using a meter, bulb etc. A short Y type "adapter" wiring was fitted between the removed live wire and the switch connector it was fitted to and the take off for the grips was taken from a bullet connector on this Y connector. Hope that makes some sort of sense.

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Re: Gas tank and fairing removal
Reply #12 on: 13 March, 2022, 03:30:24 PM
thanks for  instruction.

Just had the radiator replaced, but then I noticed that the tongue  which goes behind the  dash had not been properly located.  Hopefully I can get the right panel off, now (had got up o stage #3 before  stopping).

 


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