It is with the exception of 1 wire. It comes supplied with a wire tap connector to connect the odd wire up. The other 2 connectors are standard plugs. Not a big problem, but make sure you seal the tap connector good. i have had then corrode in the past on other bikes.The PCIII isn't Plug & Play?
The PC3 wasnt as easy to wire in. You will have the one wire to put the crimp splice on. I unwrapped the wire higher up in the loom to get better access instead of unplugging it and splicing it down low. plus that gave me a few more inches of wire to move the PC3 box around.
I bet it hasn't rained two inches in 6 months here...Looks good. I like the look with the front fender extensions removed, but mine, with the front spacers, slings way too much mud up on me. Better hang on tomorrow. Let us know how the quad feels uncorked......
Was there a purpose for trimming the fender?
Nah, I don't want to make it to where I can't ever go back or if I want to sell it later...I can't put it back on. With that said though, I have not plans or even the inkling of selling this any time in the near or distant future.aschuck said:If you keep it that way you have to cut off the tabs.