I've seen a few people questioning what wires to tap into in order to get the anti hi jack feature to work on their bikes. Seeings how someone busted up my ignition switch and i needed to replace it, i figured now is a good time to figure it out. Youll see in the pics that underneath your tank there is a frame rail that runs parallel with your handlebars (or perpendicular with the frame rails) and along the rails there are 2 harnesses fastened to the frame with plastic clips. These will pop right out with a thin flathead screwdriver. You want to find the harness with the orange wire/white stripe in it. Its the one with the 5 prong connector, NOT the 6 (this is your ignition switch harness) The other one is for the controls on the right handlebar ie. kill switch, brake switch, starter button. Anyhow, locate the orange wire/white stripe, peel back the electrical tape as far back as you can just to make things easier and go ahead and cut the orange wire/white stripe. Leave as much room as you can (i tried to leave a few inches to get the wire strippers in there, plus its much easier to manage. Once you cut it, your anti hi jack switch has 2 black leads on them, mount it where ever you feel comfortable, and where it wont get tossed around(use velcro) and run the leads up there. It doesnt really matter which end connects to which at this point just so long as both black wires get connected to each end of your orange wire/white stripe. I chose to solder mine, and then use heat shrink tubing, and then use electrical tape to give it back the 'factory look.' Hope this helps everyone, the pictures are below and if i do say so myself its pretty kickass feature.