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cbr929rr motor on gokart

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i have a 2001 929rr in very good shape, i bought it from a guy on ebay had 100 feedback, i have everthing to make it turn over, and it dose just that but it gets no spark, so that brings me 2 the coil harness i have called so many local shops its making me sick that no 1 nose 1 the coil harness connects 2 "besides the coils" theres 2 others connecters on the harness 1 is a ground that comes from the motor got that figured out, but theres another one its a male connecter in the color black, dose any1 no what this gose 2 so i can buy it and run the ass off this gokart
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Got em, will post in a minute.. from the looks of it they might go to a sensor on the bottom of your airbox. I've got a 954 and dont recognize it though, its gotta go somewhere! and BTW is the motor still on a bike or is it stuffed in a gokart already?
See if you can download a wiring diagram somewhere then go by the wire colors.. google is your friend
It doesn't go to that yellowish colored connector in the last pic, correct?
What are the wire colors exactly?(be sure to list the stripe color, etc..) does your camera get any better pics than that? there should be a little flower looking button, push it.. turn the macro close-up to on and hold the camera real steady..
My fan on my 954rr has 2 wires, one is black with a blue stripe and one is solid green. The cam sensor on the left side doesn't unplug from the sensor, the plug is probably under the tank and airbox..looks like 2 wires though one is black with a blue dotted line and the other i can't see well enough
they should be the same... is it not the factory fan? also i gotta ask, are you trying to statt the motor just by itself sitting on the ground? I never was an "A" student but that doesn't seem like a great idea
Good info there, didnt know there was a diode.. one way deal i assume?

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In electronics a diode is a two-terminal electronic component which conducts electric current asymmetrically or unidirectionally; that is, it conducts current more easily in one direction than in the opposite direction. The term usually refers to a semiconductor diode, the most common type today, which is a crystal of semiconductor connected to two electrical terminals, a P-N junction. A vacuum tube diode, which was the first type of diode invented but is now little used, is a vacuum tube with two electrodes; a plate and a cathode.
The most common function of a diode is to allow an electric current in one direction (called the forward direction) while blocking current in the opposite direction (the reverse direction). Thus, the diode can be thought of as an electronic version of a check valve. This unidirectional behavior is called rectification, and is used to convert alternating current to direct current, and remove modulation from radio signals in radio receivers.
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i would just solder the wire.. maybe a butt-connector as a temporary fix. Also my 954 runs without the airbox sensors plugged in.. your big concern now is the ignition switch

As for dumping gas in the throttle bodies, BAD idea! You need a high pressure fuel pump.. i think its 55PSI give or take a few PSI
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