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Old 03-05-2013, 02:47 PM
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Parts list for wiring

Looking to wind up my bike in a couple months and was wondering if i'm ordering most of the parts that i need to get this thing to run. Its a 97 sporty and its gonna be a push button start. I'm just running head light, tail/break light so I'll need

Chopper wiring harness... Any suggestions?
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That all i need to get this thing running. Am i missing anything???
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Contact John at Scooters, his harnesses are clean and simple.
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Old 03-07-2013, 06:41 PM
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I built my own wiring harness. The ignition came with all the wires I needed. All I had to do is hookup head/tail lights, brake light and run power to the coils and ignition. I have no instrumentation or dash lights to deal with. Here is the wiring diagram. Mine is kick start only so there is no starter circuit. But you won't need one if you are using a solenoid end cap w/ a button.


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