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PhilipM

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Starting circuit cutoff relay
« on: 17 February 2018, 09:25:04 AM »

Hello, I joined this online club (I also joing the other one I'm afraid as well!) because I recently purchased an unfinished Malone F1000 that has a 2002 Yamaha Fazer engine installed.


This is my first post and relates to the issue of integrating a motorcycle wiring loom with the separate demands of a made to measure car loom. Once finished I won't have the Fazer instruments nor the handlebar switches, headlamp looms and main key. Also because of the nature of the vehicle I don't want any circuits like sidestand, lean or clutch switches.


It would certainly make the wiring easier and simpler if it was possible to eliminate the Starting Circuit Cutoff Relay, though looking at the wiring diagram this seems difficult. A Google search reveals a few people who have given it a go, but then given up. By any chance has anyone on here needed or wanted to remove theirs?


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Re: Starting circuit cutoff relay
« Reply #1 on: 17 February 2018, 01:20:58 PM »
Bypassing the Starter Cut Relay is relatively easy, but for the rest much depends on what part of the wiring loom you are keeping or removing as some items are integrated into the Ignitor
for example are you keeping:
1 The Fazer carbs
2 The Fazer starter circuit excluding the Starter cut out relay
3 The Fazer Fuel pump
4 The EXUP valve



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Re: Starting circuit cutoff relay
« Reply #2 on: 17 February 2018, 06:54:20 PM »
Thanks for your reply and in answer to your questions
1) Yes, keeping Fazer carbs
2) Yes, using Fazer starter relay though having to replace handlebar push to start button with stand alone push button for starter
3) No, have a different fuel pump independently wired
4) Custom made exhaust manifold so no EXUP but am fitting an EXUP eliminator into the Yamaha harness plug


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Re: Starting circuit cutoff relay
« Reply #3 on: 17 February 2018, 09:00:03 PM »
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Re: Starting circuit cutoff relay
« Reply #4 on: 18 February 2018, 03:18:49 PM »
Thanks and sent.

Philip