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  • Why would this wiring be jumped?

    Located at the clutch. You can see the two tabs on the clutch where this wire should go. Why Jump it?


  • #2
    Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

    its jumped so the bike will start without you pulling in the clutch .

    trouble is it tells the computer to run the start up map all the time.

    un jumper it and if the switch is faulty replace it .

    it will restore the correct function of the ECU and run the correct fuel and ignition maps.

    more info at wotid.com
    www.cycleinnovations.com.au

    It never ceases to amaze why people ask for advice then when I give it they either ignore it or argue against it.
    But then I don't know all that much about TL's

    wwjd.......what would jimmy do.

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    • #3
      Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

      x2 you usually have to depress the clutch to start it. that cheats it so you dont have to. i have that on mine too.

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      • #4
        Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

        Originally posted by The Ring-In View Post
        its jumped so the bike will start without you pulling in the clutch .

        trouble is it tells the computer to run the start up map all the time.

        un jumper it and if the switch is faulty replace it .

        it will restore the correct function of the ECU and run the correct fuel and ignition maps.

        more info at wotid.com
        Good read, thank you.

        Well I just hooked it up the way it should be, seems to fire up when the clutch is pulled. I guess that means it works?

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        • #5
          Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

          Originally posted by Brat View Post
          x2 you usually have to depress the clutch to start it. that cheats it so you dont have to. i have that on mine too.
          Why? I dont get how its better for some?

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          • #6
            Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

            Its a safety requirement by law so the bike does not start and toss you off if its in gear.

            downside of jumpering it is it changes the ECU mapping and thats not good.

            put it back to std and enjoy the bike running properly.
            www.cycleinnovations.com.au

            It never ceases to amaze why people ask for advice then when I give it they either ignore it or argue against it.
            But then I don't know all that much about TL's

            wwjd.......what would jimmy do.

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            • #7
              Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

              Did they have a remote start on it at one time? I see them bypassed for them often.
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              • #8
                Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

                Take the jumper off and the bike might smooth out?
                TRE, Galfer Brake and Clutch Lines w/Dot 5, Airbox Mod, Yosh Exhaust, +2rear sprocket, Sprung for 240, GoPro

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                • #9
                  Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

                  On the GSXR it decresed power output significantly (30HP) if you bypassed the switch... probably the same deal

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                  • #10
                    Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

                    Results,

                    MORE POWER AND SMOOTHER!

                    I would honestly say by about 1/8.

                    Still feels and sounds a little rough but, all I have to compare to is a inline 4cyl 1100cc Yamaha motor.

                    Ill have a service done by the dealer and see if it helps any.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

                      It just turns on a leaner idle mixture map so the plugs don't foul when idling. Some people say it also changes the ignition advance for idling, don't really know whether it does. I think the switch is normally open and closes when you squeeze the clutch, so indeed having it jumpered makes it always run on the idle maps. The ECU has the same reaction to being in neutral instead of in a gear too, that's why you need a smart TRE so the ECU still sees neutral. If it sees neutral OR the clutch squeezed, it uses the neutral idle maps.
                      It's about control skill; this is a motorized dance for joy and not Russian roulette.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

                        It also causes the ECU to run the fuel pump when it sees the starter button signal too instead of the ECU waiting for crank and cam sensor pulses.

                        Here's the stuff I collated about it >> http://wotid.com/tls/content/view/18/56/

                        Originally posted by Brat View Post
                        x2 you usually have to depress the clutch to start it. that cheats it so you dont have to. i have that on mine too.
                        You going to leave it now?
                        "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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                        • #13
                          Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

                          Originally posted by Skrpnch View Post
                          Results,

                          MORE POWER AND SMOOTHER!

                          I would honestly say by about 1/8.

                          Still feels and sounds a little rough but, all I have to compare to is a inline 4cyl 1100cc Yamaha motor.

                          Ill have a service done by the dealer and see if it helps any.
                          Went to the shop today to see exactly what was wrong. Thought it should have a touch more power and response. Turns out the PO remover the top of the air box completely. Now Im looking for one. Shop said that would kill alot of top end power.

                          Your thoughts?

                          Anybody spare a factory air box lid?

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                          • #14
                            Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

                            I replied in your other thread about it.

                            Shouldn't hurt on the dyno.
                            "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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                            • #15
                              Re: Why would this wiring be jumped?

                              If yo put the lid back on, do the JoeV airbox mods.
                              It's about control skill; this is a motorized dance for joy and not Russian roulette.

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