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post #1 of 22 Old 07-08-2008, 05:47 AM Thread Starter
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08 CBR1000RR Wiring Diagram (Images)

Hi All,

Due to the impossibly small wiring diagram in the back of the ownership manual I thought I would scan it in and resize it so that people didn't have to have a magnifying glass to read it. There are 2 version the Large version is 2MB in size so be patient and the smaller version which is not as clear at 840Kb in size.

Click the Image below to open it fully and/or right click and save as to keep for future reference.

Small (UK/EU)


Large (UK/EU)


If anyone does the same for the US version or any other countries please add to this post with the images.

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what images?

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Sorry don't know what happened it seems to work now

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Thanks for posting the EU diagram.

Someone a while back posted the US diagram, I can't remember who/where. Thanks to whoever posted it. I did save a copy, but it is a 2MB file. Anyone want to host it? DeathAce, PM me your email address, and I will send you a copy.
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Interesting to compare the two.

US model lacks the HISS, also lacks the O2 sensor.

Although there is several IMO labeled wires for the immobilizer on the UK model, there is one IMOV on the US model. This could be a way to disable HISS. Or it could switch something else in the ECU...
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IMOV on US messes with fuel pump. On UK you won't see it as the fuel pump is hooked into the HISS. Already tried bypassing (thanks Brad for trying). Speaking with Timdog and a very close friend who creates wiring looms for MoTeC and most superbike teams, this might be a firmware issue.
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I don't know what IMOV stands for, but it comes from the engine stop relay, so it'd have 12v on it.

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Immobilizer Voltage.
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IMOV on US messes with fuel pump. On UK you won't see it as the fuel pump is hooked into the HISS. Already tried bypassing (thanks Brad for trying). Speaking with Timdog and a very close friend who creates wiring looms for MoTeC and most superbike teams, this might be a firmware issue.
The fuel pump relay on both diagrams is very clearly controlled by same output from the ECU. So if removing that wire shuts off the fuel pump, and the HISS feed into the ECU controls the fuel pump also, that could be a way to bypass/disable the HISS.
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