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Old 12-03-2012, 12:51 PM   #71
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TPS is on the left hand side, hard to get to without taking fairing off, but can be done. Just behind rectifier IIFC.
If unit is fried I might be interested in it for a project im working on JIC.
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TPS is on the left hand side, hard to get to without taking fairing off, but can be done. Just behind rectifier IIFC.
If unit is fried I might be interested in it for a project im working on JIC.
i'll definitely keep you posted, currently my bike is at the dealer being looked at
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Old 03-23-2013, 03:12 PM   #73
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Do you guys route the wires to the left of the tank (between the tank and frame) then thread the harness in under the tank right by the injectors? I have removed the tank bolts in the back and actually routed the wires under the tank itself on my RC51 and my '05 1000RR. I worry that when I rotate the tank up to work on the airbox that it will pinch/cut the wires. But running them along side the tank as far forward as possible they seem to get squished between the fuel lines and edge of the tank when I lower it on my '07 1000RR.

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Do you guys route the wires to the left of the tank (between the tank and frame) then thread the harness in under the tank right by the injectors? I have removed the tank bolts in the back and actually routed the wires under the tank itself on my RC51 and my '05 1000RR. I worry that when I rotate the tank up to work on the airbox that it will pinch/cut the wires. But running them along side the tank as far forward as possible they seem to get squished between the fuel lines and edge of the tank when I lower it on my '07 1000RR.
When you tilt the tank back there is a space on the left side that has the wiring harness ran. Run the wires along side the wiring harness and zip tie it there after hooking up the bottom injectors. You'll have plenty of wire to wrap around and zip tie out of the way.
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Wow. Awesome instructions on how to install a PC3. I am thinking about getting one now and installing it myself. Thanks again for the detailed instructions & PICs
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