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Eliminating all components 02 Oct 2021 00:00 #856041

  • RobertvdBerg
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Hey guys!

I'm thinking about taking all extra electrical components of my steering, and out of the loom.

I don't want blinkers, I want the headlight to burn all the time, and want to have a clean steering bar, with no extra components on it except for the gauges.

Is there a topic, or a wiring diagram for how I can take away all unnecessary wiring without actually killing my Z1000?

It's a '80 model.

Thanks in advance!!

Robert

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Eliminating all components 02 Oct 2021 06:57 #856056

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Simplified wiring diagrams by loudhvx. kzrider.com/forum/4-electrical/172746-19...r-mattylight?start=0
a few of the diagrams may be missing. pages 11-on seem to have the most diagrams.  Not sure what model you have.
Using an internet search, there's a KZ1000E2 pg 21 of the bare bones topic.  I did not look for any more. 

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Eliminating all components 02 Oct 2021 09:52 #856074

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Before going too far down this path, you will want to become completely familiar with your local laws concerning what the motorcycle must have to be registered for use on public roads.
1982 KZ1000 LTD parts donor
1981 KZ1000 LTD awaiting resurrection
2000 ZRX1100 not ridden enough

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Eliminating all components 02 Oct 2021 10:09 #856076

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I understand, and I have done! You have to be able to show directions with your hand

And brake light is a must, along with a working headlight.

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