XRR electrical gremlins in spanaway

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  1. mxdreaming

    mxdreaming Adventurer

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    might be in the wrong forum my apologies in advance, kinda had a hard time figuring where it would go with all the whimsical names gaven to them. on saturday i decided to get around to upgrading the stator (got sick of casting a motorcycle shaped shadow from the headlights on the car behind me) i have left over wires, and stupid me did not take pictures before hand. can anyone else with a BRP help me out im at a loss.

    the wires in question are the male green, female green,female brown, and male white/yellow. any help somone can provide would be greatly appreciated need the bike to comute to work tomorrow morning
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  2. clapped_r6

    clapped_r6 The Spoad Warrior

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  3. mxdreaming

    mxdreaming Adventurer

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    I have seen this one, and i have the honda shop manual.I have all the wires from the stator plugged in. but the wires in question comes down from under the gas tank. they dont seem to correspond to the stock schematics, and the baja designs classic kit doesnt seem to be showing it either.
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  4. dohcfox

    dohcfox meh

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    Any way you could throw your BRP in a truck and drive it up to south Seattle? We can compare wiring on yours to that of my BRP and solve the problem! Let me know! JT
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  5. Capt. Egregious

    Capt. Egregious Been here awhile

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    There are some wires that aren't used on the XRR when DS it. I can't remember right off hand what wires they were but I did rewind my stator afew months ago and those do look familiar. (I am running 2 redundant 12DC circuits)
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  6. dohcfox

    dohcfox meh

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    Egregious! How are you sir? Remember me? You gave me a counter shaft seal when I blew mine on a ride. Anyways, looks like mx and I are going to get together next weekend and fix his bike. Wanna join? I'll supply beer! :clap
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  7. mxdreaming

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    what brand, i can pick up some shock top
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  8. Capt. Egregious

    Capt. Egregious Been here awhile

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    Hello DOHCFOX, thanks for the invite but I will be driving to Idaho to pick up something Orange:evil.
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  9. RideFreak

    RideFreak Torque Junkie

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    They look like 2 of the wires that went to the voltage regulator but I see that it's not there anymore. Unfortunately when an XRR is dualsported, it's hard to tell from pictures how it was done, what's left and what isn't. We can speculate but that's all it is speculation. If it's not working right, it's time to get smart about the wiring and figure out what each wire does.
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  10. mxdreaming

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    thats the issue it goes into the wrapped loom and i really dont want to resort to cutting it to find exactly where it goes. but if i have to i guess i will. hopefully dofcfox has a similar setup.
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  11. dohcfox

    dohcfox meh

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    MX...

    What brand stator did you buy, and which dual sport kit do you have on the bike (wait, sounds like you have a Baja Designs kit...)? I like IPA's :freaky
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  12. dohcfox

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    Cheet! Another time then! Drive safely!
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  13. mxdreaming

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    yes baja designs installed in 2002, so i guess its what they refer to the classic kit. and I installed the ricky stator kit. which i hear great and horrible things. so we shall see
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