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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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