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  1. I have a 2007 klx250s, and had a leak in my non-fill radiator, so I bought a used one and stuck it on. However, the temperature gauge that came with the new radiator is a different thread size than mine, and has one wire with a bullet connector, where for some reason my existing one has two wires. I tried sticking each of the two wires into the bullet connector to test for a reading, but it was left blank for both. Anyone know why there are two wires, or what I can do to fix this issue? First picture is my old gauge, second is the new one
  2. I would like to turn my 2004 crf250r into a duel sport. It is stock. I would like to put a light bar on the bars, brake light, and blinkers on front and back. I'm not familiar with electrical work or the stator, flywheel, etc. I was thinking about getting a small motorcycle/atv/lawnmower battery and finding somewhere to stick it on the bike and wire all my lights directly to that but that sounds sketchy. I also thought about finding a battery pack (probably lithium) powerful enough to push the lights. But idk where to start. I know I can run it to the stator but idk anything about that. Any information and tips will help me a whole lot. Please and thank you. I just really don't know where to start.
  3. Hi Everyone, So I recently picked up my new 2013 TE511 ! Very excited, but I do have a problem. When I bought the bike from the owner he used it for off trail riding only and took off the turn signals / license plate. He said 'all you'd need to do is hook it up'. No problem I thought, right?! Well turns out I took off the headlight to expose the electricals but I think he pulled out quite a few wires and the flasher module. Can anyone take a look below and let me know what these taped up wires go to and how to hook up the lights? Do I need a three pin flasher module or a two pin? One of the photos shows the entire area with the missing flasher module in the top right. Another Image shows two sets of 'blue wire, brown wire'. There is a close up of a yellow, red, and black wire taped off. Lastly, there is the photo of the green, black, white wires coming from one of the turn signals. How do I hook this up?
  4. hello everyone. I have a 2006 suzuki ltz400 that im having some issues getting spark. I took the bike on trade (not running) i was told it needed a wiring harness because the one on it was a mess. i managed to get the harness fixed but can not get spark! I've tested the coil, stator, pickup coil, off/on switch, battery, pretty much everything besides the cdi. the issue im having is both of the wires (ground and power) wires running to the coil are grounding. I've looked the harness up and down several times and can not find any splits or anything that would cause the power wire to ground/rub on other wires... any help would be greatly appreciated. i believe the cdi box must be burnt up inside. ive attached a photo of the wiring diagram and circled the wires.
  5. Hi All, I've got a 1988 NX650 which had nasty wiring which lead to a lot of issues starting etc. I've decided to try rewiring with a motogadget m-unit to help reduce wiring and get some of the extra features the m-unit offers. Everything has gone well expect getting a spark and I'm guessing its the CDI as I know they have know issues and I couldn't find anyone who's wires an NX650 or XR650 with an m-unit. Also my CDI was a bodge wiring without the original connectors. Firstly is my below image the correct wiring? If so can anyone also explain a little more what the different connections actually do? i.e. black/white can just be a constant power from the battery. red/yellow is the signal from the start button when its pushed which is also sent to the starter solenoid, when this signal is received the CDI send a signal down the black/yellow to the ignition coil to get the spark. Am I on the right lines? Also not too sure about the pulse gen! Also, anyone who's good with wiring and possibly also understands the m-unit blue from motogadget, below is the OEM wiring diagram, I then tried to simplify it down to just the ignition and charging system and removing the fuse box, then tried to draw the wiring diagram incorporating the m-unit. Am I on the right lines with the wiring? As I said everything else works, lighting etc, starter motor too, just no spark. Any advise would be a massive help. Thanks, Jonny
  6. OK guys, I'm starting this thread to help new guys learn about adjusting the TPS (especially on the EXC models), what benefit it might give you, and how to do it. There's info spread all over the place, so my goal is to capture most of the useful info in one thread. Please share your experiences here. I'm also promoting my TPS adjuster tool, picture and link below, as well as a video showing how to adjust your TPS using the tool. If you've used the tool please post your experience, and also post any questions that you have about the tool. http://www.tpstool.com Here is how to adjust your TPS the easy way using this tool: For me, adjusting the TPS combined with desmogging completely eliminated the popping on decel and the burbling at small throttle openings. 0 to 1/3 throttle is now very smooth and so easy to control! Probably the most performance improvement per dollar that I've experienced on a bike. Lets hear your experiences!
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