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Old 05-29-2005, 12:02 PM
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Angry wiring diagram for twincam chopper

building a twincam chopper, does anyone know of a simple wiring diagram
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heres a pretty basic one..

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Old 05-29-2005, 01:32 PM
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thank you, but isnt there a map sensor in there that has to be connected also.
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i would consult a twin can softail electrcal system manual. there just isnt many builders doing twin cams yet so there isnt much other than hd wiring diagrams. S&S offers a kit to for the ignition and I heard centech wiring systems offers something too. Vulcan makes a cam cover that alows you to run a in cone ignition like an evo but i dont really like that idea. We build on our harnesses in the shop and offer a basic kit for an evo and i have looked into doing a twin cam harness but i am not sure how much interest there would be. Any basic bike harness or wiring diagram will get you everything you need except the ignition then you will have to use all the harley sensors etc and a module to make the ignition harness. The HD manual will lay everything out for you. S&S's kit has all connectors and thier own module. I had planned on using a crane module in our kit which you could wire just like the stock diagram. It would be nice to go through HD and buy all they right connectors to make it look factory.
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Old 05-29-2005, 04:21 PM
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thank you for taking the time to write back, i was sent a diagram but i think it was missing a few things.
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I have a twin cam you need an ignition module and a crank position module.

www.centechwire.com offers a nice setup with all of the proper
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Old 05-30-2005, 11:58 AM
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merlin, thank you il check it out.
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Re: wiring diagram for twincam chopper

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building a twincam chopper, does anyone know of a simple wiring diagram
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