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PostPosted: Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:25 am 

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i know its on the soc site but any chance of puting up the photo and details of the famous pink wire on here? got a feeling mine is still connected!!


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The switch is on the end of the gear selector drum under the sprocket cover .....

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This makes contact with the peg in the end of the selector drum and each contact has a different resistance .....

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Just pull the pink wire connector apart under the left side-panel ......

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its almost the same idea that gives me the gear position indicator on my little old gs425 then??


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Perzactly :D

In fact, if you could be bothered you could rig up a gear indicator from it once you've disconnected it from the ECU. Hardly worth the effort though I'd say.


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fastfitter wrote:
Perzactly :D

In fact, if you could be bothered you could rig up a gear indicator from it once you've disconnected it from the ECU. Hardly worth the effort though I'd say.


It would stop me constantly trying to find 6th.... :oops:


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Bradlad wrote:
fastfitter wrote:
Perzactly :D

In fact, if you could be bothered you could rig up a gear indicator from it once you've disconnected it from the ECU. Hardly worth the effort though I'd say.


It would stop me constantly trying to find 6th.... :oops:


Why, isn't 170mph enough for you?? You need ANOTHER gear? :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 15, 2008 9:27 pm 

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Errrm,

am i being a numpty, but what is the mystical pink wire and what does it do or not do??, does my RF6 have one? what happens if i disconnect it?? what magic occurs??

Farley 8


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Try it and see - you can always reconnect it?


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I dont think 600's have the gear position sensor so they may have the pink wire from the CDI but nothing to connect it to.


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Am i right in thinking the pink wire is something that allows a little led thing or something like that to tell you what gear your in?


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