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post #1 of 11 Old 11-22-2012, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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Bazzaz AFM cable routing?

Just got the zafm to compliment my zfi and zbomb , where are you guys routing it through I can't seem to find a spot route it through? Those who have em please chime in

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I put mine in my tail. As you run the cable down the tail towards the battery compartment, you have to feed each individual injector connector through the hole on the left side one at a time. It takes a little bit of patience. Even then, I ended up widening the hole with a dremel a little bit to make everything fit through nice and easy


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post #3 of 11 Old 11-22-2012, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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No not the zfi module, the "auto tune" Afm module with the 02 sensor....like u can't figure out where to feed it out under the battery tray and run it to the exhaust
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I have a 2011 with the dynojet wideband 2. I routed the o2 sensor wire through the same hole as the overflow reservoir rubber hose then down toward the swing arm. The hose runs under the tank in front of the battery. I then fabricated a bracket that mounted to existing holes on the swing arm to secure the wiring so it didn't get caught in the shock/chain. I will post pics tomorrow morning.


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I have a 2011 with the dynojet wideband 2. I routed the o2 sensor wire through the same hole as the overflow reservoir rubber hose then down toward the swing arm. The hose runs under the tank in front of the battery. I then fabricated a bracket that mounted to existing holes on the swing arm to secure the wiring so it didn't get caught in the shock/chain. I will post pics tomorrow morning.


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yess just what i was waiting for!

im having such a hard time finding out where to run this cable
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ImageUploadedByMO Free1353687850.303698.jpg

If you look at the overflow reservoir you'll see the hose/cable to the left. Follow that through the plastic under the gas tank and you can use the existing clip to hang the wire.

To secure everything away from the shock and chain to can use a clip or bracket before the overflow tank. ImageUploadedByMO Free1353688068.995857.jpg

You can see the bracket I used and attached it to the unused hole on the back of the swingarm.


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post #7 of 11 Old 11-23-2012, 02:03 PM Thread Starter
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ahh thanks! but now the issue im having is the 02 bung in my yoshimura r77 full system is too small? did u have to weld a bung in your exhuast? or did it come with one?
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I ended up cutting off the bung and welding on the bung that came with the kit. I also have the r-77 slip-on. ImageUploadedByMO Free1353707463.872102.jpg


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ya now it looks like i gotta get a bung as well.....this bazzaz is turning in to a nightmare, idk y the yoshi would have a bung but its too small to fit the only 2 auto tuning systems available
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Yeah it was definitely more than I thought it would be. I told myself that my next bike I'm just going to do simple mods like suspension, exhaust, etc. other people have said the same thing and I am starting to agree.


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