Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Wilmington, Nc.. building fantastical shit
lol.. the junction box is under the seat behind the battery, facing up. yes, you'll need a switch for the rest of the bike, as tthose white and brown wires are main power wires..
thinkin on the heating of the wires.. i mean, the DO get kinda warm, but shouldn't get like kick-your-ass hot.. they shouldn't even GET warm tho, in all actuality.. those wires should be about a gauge of 2 heavier, IMO...
and i think, (like i said in the pm..) that i got 98 ohms, BUT the resistors they use are the cheapy ones.. moderately low tolerance.. i'd guess 10% on the value.. i can't remember the bands that were on the resistor in mine.. i think the last one was gold, and if i'm not mistaken, gold denotes a +/- 10% deviance from value anyway.. so, as long as ya get something at or uber close to 100 ohms, you'll be golden. (no pun..)
i'm sure the not canking thing isn't a 6V supply problem.. that wire goes only to the ECU, and the ECU has NO say on whether the bike can or will crank.. therefore, you can cut theat wire, and the bike will still crank.. i'd start lookin at other things like switches.. i think we went thru this once already a few months ago? tryin to remember..lol
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Originally Posted by nizzmister
Bike pulls real hard and smooth, kinda like Supra's mom, but without the regret