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Old 12-02-2012, 10:34 AM
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Yamaha 500xv wiring chart needed

Anyone have a chart on a Yamaha 500xv? I'm looking for just a basic wiring chart for my chop. Thanks
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Ive been on the hunt for a minimalist wiring diagram for my CB500t for a while tonight.....Im hoping I can use the posted cl360 diagram???? if not could someone point me in the right direction? thanks
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Hey, fig. I got one for you. I'll post a link today from the office. Although, the one you just mentioned would work.
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alright, fig. just got to the office, where i can look at this on a bigger screen than my smartphone, and see that the diagrams SJ posted on the last page for the 360 is what you need. there are two diagrams, one for the ignition system, one for the charging.





the guy at oregon motorcycle parts has a nice diagram that incorporates the headlight and taillight setup if you need it. (i did.) however, he has his combined, solid-state regulator rectifier unit drawn into it. it will be a little different if you decide to use the original units, which are separate. (for that matter, i highly recommend his solid state combined unit.)



and finally, i know this isn't what you asked for, or the thread for it, but the stock diagram may help you solve some unforeseen issues, and here it is.



let me know if you need any help, i'd be happy to lend my very limited knowledge.
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Thanks poop! (never thought I would say that...) the Oregon schematic is exactly what I was looking for, dont know how I missed it as I was just there before posting this......I am running the head,tail/brake lights and also have replaced the rectifier and reg. with a Kholer unit. These charts will come in handy in a couple weeks when its time to wire and fire!!!

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Anybody know anything about wiring made easy for Yamaha xj650? 4cylinder
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This is great info
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how about for a xv1100 virago?
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I notice allot of people have trouble when it comes to wiring up their rice chops. XS and CB diagrams are readily available on the web but other bikes are a complete mystery to most. Here are a few of the diagrams I have made up for weird shit here and their.

This one is for a Suzuki GS1100, it will probably work on a few other suzuki 4 banger models too:
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These are what I drew up for my CB360 project. This shows how to wire up your points. It also shows how to wire up a 2 diode system that is found on all early honda twins (CB-CL-SL 350, 450, 200, 360, 500T, etc.):



I drew these up for a Honda VT500, but they will also work for all of the early VT series (500, 700, 750) and the early VF series (V30, V45, V65) bikes:



I am also encouraging others to share any diagrams they may have here.
I checked out the wiring diagram that was posted here for the gs1100, looks nice n simple. Problem is, my Cdi has different coloured wires than those shown in the pic. Any ideas guys??
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