Pic: My Blue Wire Mod Solution



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  • teamtoxic

Posted April 25, 2002 - 12:35 PM

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Here's a pic of my blue wire mod...
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I just couldn't bring my self to leaving that thing unplugged all the time, so I just added this switch. It was simple, cheap, and leaves me worry free. I can start my bike easily by "disconnecting" the wire with the switch, then flip it back on for some riding, without wondering what its doing to my timing.

Materials:
- $3 toggle switch (RadioShack)
- about 1 1/2 foot of wire
- solder/solder gun
- my mounting bracket is actually from an Erector set :)
- 20 minutes

I can see it now...
"Dude, what's that switch for?"
"It's for my nitrous oxide man!"
VROOM VROOM

Hope ya like it :D
TT

Addendum:
Forgot to mention, I'll only use this when cold starting. I have absolutely <u>zero</u> problems starting it after it has warmed up.

[ April 25, 2002: Message edited by: teamtoxic ]





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