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Old 12-18-2007, 03:31 AM   #1
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600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

how do i bypass the tip sensor?

is it like the F4I where u cross 2 wires together? if so what wires do i cross.... im sick of blowing fuses LOL
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

I will have to look at mine, but I believe if you completely remove the sensor, then you just run a jumper between the two outside wires and leave the middle one plugged into nothing.
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I will have to look at mine, but I believe if you completely remove the sensor, then you just run a jumper between the two outside wires and leave the middle one plugged into nothing.
This is correct....

But i dont understand why dude is blowing fuses, tip over sensor doesn't blow fuse's.
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Old 12-18-2007, 05:34 PM   #4
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This is correct....

But i dont understand why dude is blowing fuses, tip over sensor doesn't blow fuse's.
yeah i bought the bike from a salvage yard, it doesnt have a front end or nothing, doesnt have a tip sensor just the plugs that come out off the wiring harness. so i dont have them 3 wires on the tip sensor i need to know what wires go to thoese 3 wires so i can twist em together.


i have been blowing fuses because i have been twisting all sorts of random wires together trying to find the right one...
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Old 12-20-2007, 07:05 AM   #6
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

Mine still has the front wiring harness on it, so it is actually jumpered where it would plug in to the tip over sensor.
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

Here ya go...
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Mine still has the front wiring harness on it, so it is actually jumpered where it would plug in to the tip over sensor.
Same here, it was easier to cut the actual BAS sensor off and connect the outside wires.....

DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO DISCONNECT THE GUAGES AND KEEP THE BIKE RUNNING????
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

isn't that only a issue with the 07+ 600rr's?
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

after I disconnect the guages the fuel pump primes, but no turn over?
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

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after I disconnect the guages the fuel pump primes, but no turn over?
my 05' does the same thing.
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

i got the same problem with my 600rr tip sensor, can i splice the red/white and green wires together before the grey and blue connectors or do i need to have the jumper between them like in the picture wheeliest posted??
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

i just spliced the grren and the red wire thats plugged directly into the tip over, unplugged it completly adn off i went, just fine.
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

yea thats what i did but i wanna get rid of all the headlight wiring that comes with the tip sensor.
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

If the tip sensor on the 600rr doesnt work, will the headlights still turn on? o.O

Can someone un-jump their sensor and let me know? It would help out a lot.
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very helpful
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

where is the tip sensor?
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Re: 600rr tip sensor HOW TO REMOVE?

my 06 will run with out the lights and/or gauges. i havent got to the tip over yet.
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