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Re: Clutch Wires

On a 929, not sure if the 954 has then or not, there are two electrical wires running from the lever housing to the signal box, can those be removed without messing anything up? *What are they for?

I am putting new bars on (track bike) and want to take that entire assembly off *#5 in the attachment. *Thanks for the tips.



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Re: Clutch Wires

You can't start it in gear without them unless you jump them.
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Re: Clutch Wires

Its a neutral kill switch, I forget which, but you need to either connect the wires together, or just leave them appart. I cant remember if the switch in there is normaly open or normaly closed. As said, it keeps you from hitting the starter with the bike in gear and the clutch lever out.
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Re: Clutch Wires

They are normaly open so you have to jump them to make it work. It's a good safty device though. Something Hardlys still don't have. Heard a story of a guy going to start his bike and it took off and fell over.
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Re: Clutch Wires

If you wanted to keep it like he said, just remove all the wires from that connector and just keep the 2 you need, may need to resolder the spade connectors on, but big deal. Then just cleanly route those two wires.
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Re: Clutch Wires

Thanks, guys. I'm figuring its not a big deal than since it's a track only bike.
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