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Splicing a R1 R/R into the SHawk wiring harness?

Old 06-28-2011, 10:21 AM
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Splicing a R1 R/R into the SHawk wiring harness?

I read Tweety's great dissertation on the R1 Mosfet R/R and picked one up off Ebay, also got the pre-wired connectors from Eastern Beaver. But I'm still unsure about which wires from the standard wiring harness need to be spliced/soldered into with the new wires/connectors for the Mosfet R/R.

The Honda wires are 3 yellow/green on the top of the stock connector and 1 red/white and 1 green on the bottom.

The R/R is numbered FH012AA and has 3 male connectors on the left (gray) and 2 male connectors on the right (black).

I know this seems simple to some, but I'm just a simpleton and don't want to foul this up.

Thanks in advance for any help given.
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Old 06-28-2011, 12:36 PM
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The 3 connectors on the gray one go to the 3 yellow/green wires, order doesn't matter.

The red/white wire goes to the red wire, and the green to the black wire on the black connector.
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you can also check my website for a picture of how it is connected

05-04-11 R1 Regulator Rewiring Just a Geek On a Bike
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Originally Posted by geekonamotorcycle View Post
you can also check my website for a picture of how it is connected

05-04-11 R1 Regulator Rewiring Just a Geek On a Bike
Minus the extra connector that he has
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Old 06-28-2011, 04:53 PM
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Thanks guys,
This is a great forum, I expected to get flamed for being a dummy. Even though I read the threads about the R/R swaps on this forum I was still a little confused.
Thanks Again.
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If you pop the wire ends out of the superhawk wire harness you can plug them right in the r1s r/r and theres no need to splice anything thats how i did it and it works great
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Originally Posted by Superhawk11610 View Post
If you pop the wire ends out of the superhawk wire harness you can plug them right in the r1s r/r and theres no need to splice anything thats how i did it and it works great
True, but it is not waterproof like using the right connectors is.
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