Hello. Has anyone got any pictures of the remote ignition disable install using the inline fuse?
Sorry I don't have any pics up, but it's really quite simple. The two wires that you would splice into the ignition circuit (or fuel pump if you desire) as stated in the install manual, you just would solder it onto a spare fuse and plug it into the ignition fuse spot.
In other words, you take a fuse, which look like the letter "M" and you break off the "v" shaped part, solder one wire to the top of one leg of the "M" and the other wire to the other top part of the "M" and put that fuse (with the wires) where the ignition fuse goes.
Doing it the way I came up with definitely saved me when my battery died, triggering the alarm. When the alarm internal battery died, it left the ignition kill in an "open" state so if I had it cut the ignition wires like the manual says to do, i would have been screwed. You would definitely be screwed if the alarm malfunctioned and left the bypass in an open state; you wouldn't be able to start your bike.
Remember, the whole alarm thing is just a deterrent, and a determined thief would just throw the bike in the back of a pickup and take off! LOL Then it wouldn't matter how you rigged it up! :-)
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Well... umm.. How about using the fuse setup, cutting the "v" section, and just hooking the wire on each leg? It's definitely not the best way, but it will work. Just loop the wire around each leg and push the fuse in. Be sure to angle the wires so that you can put the cover back on top of the fuse block.
Sorry man, those are not going to work without modification. The whole point here is to allow the alarm to control the opening and closing of the circuit. The first one "add a circuit" will work, as long as you cut off the wire from the black bullet connector across to the black wire; so that all is left is what I was talking about (fuse with the 2 wires coming from it). If you cut across, then you can add your alarm wires. (one to red and one to black)
I'm sure this will resurrect this topic but I'm about to install the scorpio sri900 on my k8 600 and I was hoping that user teranine would upload his pictures again if he doesn't mind or anyone who have those or similar because the forum doesn't show them anymore :/