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    I have a hardtail project that I'm working on, and I'm not sure where to put the circuit breakers or the ignition control module. Do you guys have any good ideas for where to hide your electronics?

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    If a guy needed to keep his turn signals, what would you use for a switch? I want to do this on my softail, but I have to keep them. Planning on running the switches onto the dash.....

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    If you are still using your "signal module" (for lack of a better word) i would think any kind of "momentary on" switch would work, they make a "momentary on/off/momentary on" you can get away with one switch, check the link.

    http://www.pacificcustoms.com/mm5/me...ry_Code=k-four

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    is there anywhere i can buy OEM electrical connectors so i dont have to chop anything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmattsen View Post
    is there anywhere i can buy OEM electrical connectors so i dont have to chop anything?
    Amazon. My dealer has them too.

    2-pin
    http://www.amazon.com/Deutsch-2-pin-.../dp/B00B4F9EXY

    4-pin
    http://www.amazon.com/Deutsch-4-pin-...YXZC1SNGP8MJ29

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    hell yeah, thanks

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    here is what i came up with for my 95 sporty. feel free to use it or tell me where its fucked up


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    These Guys got it going on ......

    http://wire-plus.com/

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    Hi I'm doing a full rewrite on a 2002 1200 and I'm using a few pieces out of the stoc harness (for the starter) and my manual doesn't go into color code detail if anyone could direct me as to which color slices into the power, ground, and and which color goes right to the ignition. I'm using a 2 circuit breaker diagram I got off the clock forum thank you in advance

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    sorry xl forum

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    Can anyone tell me what year the 'bank angle sensor' was introduced to the Sportster? I have a 95 harness that I'm about to clean up and don't see it on my wiring diagram. I'm just checking everything out just to make sure I'm not gonna screw this thing up. I have a read all 10 pages of this thread but my have a few more questions. I'm hopping to God that that 95 hand drawn diagram above is right. I'm building a hard tail and I thought about just welding up a box under the seat and stuffing all that wiring and control boxes in there and just extending all some for the headlamp, coils and such but that would be cheating. Here's a pic of my bike just cause. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmattsen View Post
    here is what i came up with for my 95 sporty. feel free to use it or tell me where its fucked up

    I've been trying to get this wired up for the last few days but I keep blowing fuse 5. Anyone else have good results with this diagram yet? Not trying to ask a million questions here or rack anyone's brain too hard. Just want to know if this is gonna work or not the way it's laid out in this diagram.

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    Hi guys, I need a little explaination, on my 2000 sporty can I just ditch the manifold pressure sensor and bridge the two cables together, or is it a signal that the modules need in order to work properly? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fruttolo View Post
    Hi guys, I need a little explaination, on my 2000 sporty can I just ditch the manifold pressure sensor and bridge the two cables together, or is it a signal that the modules need in order to work properly? Thanks
    When you say "manifold pressure sensor" are you talking about the vacuum line running from your carb to the VOES? If so click the link.
    http://www.wildwestcycle.com/f_voes.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7and7is View Post
    When you say "manifold pressure sensor" are you talking about the vacuum line running from your carb to the VOES? If so click the link.
    http://www.wildwestcycle.com/f_voes.html
    Yep was talking about the VOES itself
    Thanks for the link, very well explained, now I just don't get how people make their engines run good with no VOES :/

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    Are there any minimum ratings for replacement bar controls? I have two 2-position toggles for the dimmer and kill switch and a momentary switch for the starter button. The momentary switch is only rated at 3A or 1.5A..... That's not high enough right?

    And wear do people get the turnkey ignitions for bikes?
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    Billdozer, I noticed your wiring diagram spliced into the coil power from ignition do you or any one know would I splice into my pink wire or grey on a 1999 1200 sportster stock ignition control module/ coil? Any help would be great thanks

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    Pretty sure grey wire

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    Huge thanks to billdozer and all for this thread. It was invaluable when I redid my sportys wiring this past weekend. I didn't follow the exact setup described but it helped. Along with the stock wiring diagram it made the task doable.

    Managed to get complete harness out without cutting anything and reused stock wires to wire up just what I needed. Really cleaned up my bars!


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    sorry the little plug in clip on the starter is that a ground

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