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|07-28-2010, 06:46 PM||#1|
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2007 CBR 600 Hi/Lo beam housing
My bike is becoming a track only bike so I was going to remove the Hi/lo beam/turn signal switch housing.....but the clutch switch wiring runs into the Hi/lo beam switch housing (or it appears to). If I disconnect the clutch switch, I believe the only regret is that the bike won't start if the side stand is down. Am I missing something else? (My printer only prints 8.5 x 11 so looking at the wiring dia is a PITA)
Armourbodies bodywork. Woodcraft clipons. Goodridge SS brakelines.
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