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post #1 of 114 Old 01-23-2010, 06:54 PM Thread Starter
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Removing Reverse rev limiter

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
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-CP Piston 12:1 & Web Stage 2 Cam
-13t Sprocket
-Trail Tech Vapor
-Trail Tech HI-Rise Bar Clamp
-PRM Front Bumper
-PCV w/autotune
-Two Brothers slip on
-Reverse Rev Limiter Removed
-Reverse Lever Located to Handle Bars
-Warn 1500 lb Winch
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Thanks Duravette, Detailed post like this are great!

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i am kinda interested in ur reverse lever on the handlebars got any pics of that?
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Great Post! Thank You DuraVette!

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I used a Hot start lever mounted on the front brake clamp. I used a old electrical cord to get the right lengh for the new cable that I had to have made up. Works great.
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2008 Honda 700xx
-CP Piston 12:1 & Web Stage 2 Cam
-13t Sprocket
-Trail Tech Vapor
-Trail Tech HI-Rise Bar Clamp
-PRM Front Bumper
-PCV w/autotune
-Two Brothers slip on
-Reverse Rev Limiter Removed
-Reverse Lever Located to Handle Bars
-Warn 1500 lb Winch

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I used a Hot start lever mounted on the front brake clamp. I used a old electrical cord to get the right lengh for the new cable that I had to have made up. Works great.
sweet thx man
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i was gonna use a crf hotstart lever/perch on the cluch side, but have not been able to find the proper length cable. where did you have it made?
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Thanks for all the good info.
Can I see some pictures of your winch?
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I used a Hot start lever mounted on the front brake clamp. I used a old electrical cord to get the right lengh for the new cable that I had to have made up. Works great.
That is so awesome.

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I had mine made at a local shop, He used a clutch cable with new ends on it. The problem is the cable is to thick and stiff. It needs to be made with a choke or a throttle cable. I was thinking of having it redone using Motion Pro out of California. lhttp://www.motionpro.com/search/motorcycle/black_vinyl_oe_replacement_cables/

2008 Honda 700xx
-CP Piston 12:1 & Web Stage 2 Cam
-13t Sprocket
-Trail Tech Vapor
-Trail Tech HI-Rise Bar Clamp
-PRM Front Bumper
-PCV w/autotune
-Two Brothers slip on
-Reverse Rev Limiter Removed
-Reverse Lever Located to Handle Bars
-Warn 1500 lb Winch
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