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post #111 of 114 Old 02-02-2013, 07:42 PM
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Just finished mine. Similar to what I used to do on my 250x's. Thanks for the info & pics!
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post #112 of 114 Old 04-02-2013, 05:23 PM
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Just had a my first decent seat time in the trails ran into a lot of mud and snow left in the trails and back roads, removing rev limiter made it way easier to pull back out of the trails that were too messy for the tires I have on now.
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post #113 of 114 Old 07-15-2013, 09:15 PM
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Nice set up, I like the reverse handle.. did you ever get it fully 100% right? I would like a part list to do this mod to mine.
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Originally Posted by duravette View Post
Here is what I did. First get your service manual. Look on page 22-3 wiring diagrams. Looking at the ECM lead #8 and #25. You will have to carefully cut back the black tape to get enough length. Cut these two wires back a little over an inch back from the connector. Splice and solder these two wires together. I used some heat shrink to protect them. Wrap them all with some good electrical tape. By doing it this way your reverse light still works
Has anyone tried this? Does it work?
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