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    Disconneting tip over sensor, kickstand sensor, clutch sensor ok?

    looking to eliminate some wiring and wanted to know if the removal of these things was done by simply soldering the wires together on tip over etc... and if many have done these?
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    The clutch switch and sidestand you can just jump the wires.
    The tip over switch is a bit more involved.
    Also some people say jumping the clutch switch effects the ECU, but I've had mine that way for almost ten years with no problems
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    Take a look at this thread for the TOS

    http://www.tlzone.net/forums/tl1000s...r-removal.html

    Take a look at this for clutch switch

    http://wotid.com/tls/content/view/18/56/

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    Quote Originally Posted by filrabey View Post
    Take a look at this thread for the TOS

    http://www.tlzone.net/forums/tl1000s...r-removal.html

    Take a look at this for clutch switch

    http://wotid.com/tls/content/view/18/56/

    better than the search option!
    1999 TLR- k&n air filter, rifleman's 1/5 - nice ,TRE, PCIII, slash cuts

    next up: gearing change
    bitubo rear shock
    riser bars
    fan mod

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    Measure the TOS resistance with it in it's normal position - I think it's either 60 ohms or 60K ohms I can't remember, I killed those brain cells.

    The ECU definitely gets a signal from the clutch switch, it's in the wiring diagram, I show in the link filrabey listed how the ECU definietly uses the signal for some mapping changes.
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    im going to switch to a cable clutch soon (looking for levers right now) and i was hoping to just eliminate that wiring if possible when i did...
    1999 TLR- k&n air filter, rifleman's 1/5 - nice ,TRE, PCIII, slash cuts

    next up: gearing change
    bitubo rear shock
    riser bars
    fan mod

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    If you read the link filrabey posted, I have instructions on how to eliminate it without affecting the ECU.
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    I've had my TOS in my hand, bike running and rolled the TOS and the bike still runs I kinda like the kill switch thingy that the racers, jetski's and boats hav - can't remember what its actually called. Even funnier when ya mate tries to ride ya bike with the key in the ignition and the switch thingy out and you leave with it still attached to your glove.
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    It takes a few seconds for the engine to cut out on a TOS fault. It doesn't happen instantly.
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    After having the TOS save both my TL's i wouldn't remove it.

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