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jon sillett

2001 WR400 GREY WIRE MOD.... Does anyone know?

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Where is my 01 WR400 Grey wire !! Please !

After trawling through hundreds and hundreds of Grey wire mod postings,i am STILL trying to locate the exact wire i need to mod my 2001 WR400.I have two 6 pin connectors coming out of my cdi.NEITHER of them contain a S*****G Grey wire !!!!!! I also have a two pin connector that comes from the CDI with one Black and White wire, and also a grey Wire BUT the grey wire doesn't seem to go anywhere from the connector !!!! (so i can't see how removing it would change anything?)

Is there anybody out there that can tell me EXACTLY where the grey wire is located as it's doing my bonce in !!!! :lol:

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I can't speak for the UK Model, but the Grey Wire has been a US mod since the '98 WR400. On the '98 WR400 the Grey wire is in the two pin connector and, if I remember correctly, it's two wires in and one wire out.

I will probably have the tank off this weekend and will double check.

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Sorry to mess you boys about but it isn't a uk model as i stated earlier (my mistake) as the speedo is in Kph,so it must have been imported.

Does anyone know why they would fit a grey wire (on the two pin connector)out of the CDI that ends up going to nowhere!!! It just goes into the conector one end and stops.

PLEASE CAN SOMBODY PIN POINT THAT B****Y GREY WIRE,I NEED MORE POWER !!!!!!!!!!

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Here's a page that'll give you a how-to with pics. If you don't have the plug in the pics, then you don't have a gray wire. Most, if not all, of the free mods are detailed on that site. Hope it helps.

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