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post #1 of 150 (permalink) Old 02-11-2009, 10:04 AM Thread Starter
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DIY - keyless ignition

I've searched all day, and can't find a how to or a wiring schematic for an 07 600/750. Does anyone have instructions about how to do this??

UPDATE!! How to on page 2!!

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keep us posted i wanna see how it comes out
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I tried to find out also about 2-3 weeks ago but was not successful. The instructions on the WERA forum (link above) is for a 04-05 GSXR 600/750 I believe. I followed those instructions and got everything working but the fuel pump (anti-theft). You need to find which wires you have to solder to the resistor in order to get the pump working and the bike working. I ended up putting the ignition back on because I couldnt figure it out. Keep us posted!
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Im gonna try. But this is looking tuff
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Its really not that hard. Just confusing at first, you gotta read it. think about it. and repeat that process a few times and you'll get it. Just gotta find the right wire that is hooked up to the resistor.
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did u try taking the ignition switch apart to see were the resistor is inside the switch?
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post #8 of 150 (permalink) Old 02-12-2009, 08:25 AM
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i just put an alarm/remote start on my bike its the orange and yellow wire that goes from the ignition strait to the computer just put a 100 ohm resistor inline should work for you.
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Ima give it a try this weekend
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i just put an alarm/remote start on my bike its the orange and yellow wire that goes from the ignition strait to the computer just put a 100 ohm resistor inline should work for you.
More details im sorta confused what im suppose to do.
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Damnit, if you do this, how am i supposed to take your key and hide it?

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Too much effort for me to attempt. I just safety wire the key in and go.
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No key hiding allowed!!
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How about helmet hiding?
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Helmet?? That's just weighting me down LOL!
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Damnit, if you do this, how am i supposed to take your key and hide it?

youll just have to hide the bike I guess...
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Just figured it out!!! I'll post up how I did it later. Ima celebrate with some Mexican food now!!
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Congratulations

Since your bike will be lighter because of no key, i won't have a chance.
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I am going to 1 up you, and install the Clapper to replace the ignition switch. Good job by the way.

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Congratulations

Since your bike will be lighter because of no key, i won't have a chance.
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