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Old 7th January 2009, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by nexus446 View Post
I personally would use the bikes entire loom and adapt it where needed, i.e extend and modify the length accordingly for the various circuits, The lights staying on with engine running as per modern bikes can be overcome easily, usually there is a separate live feed or a switched earth which is fed to the dip beam relay, different bikes use different systems but all similar, best to study the current flow diagram for the particular loom your using and disconnect the feed accordingly, a little electrical knowledge is helpfull but i`m sure a google search for the relevant info on that particular loom would throw a few hits if unsure.

Cheers Chris!! Most helpful mate, my next question is, is it worth buying a complete bike, using what you need off of it and breaking the rest as spares??
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