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post #1 of 12 Old 01-22-2005, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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PCIII Usb ZX-10R and french system D for save space.

Bon quelques photos du truc monter :)

1-les broches en place vers la rampe





2-passage du faisceau et connection a la batterie.

J'ai pas respecter le montage preconniser, trop ... voyant on vas dire :)


3-tient un KN



4-le powercommander en place.

1 powercommander, 2 le moteur de la valve a l'echapement, 3 l'alarm dans le cache.



5-vue global du montage et je garde de la place :wacko: si on peut dire.



6-deplacement de l'altimetre, monter sur un pate qui et pris dans le support de la central clignotante, et remise sur son caoutchou d'origine B)



Voila je me suis pas mal emerder mais je garde quand meme toute la place d'origine.

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Bon voila la patte de fixation


La patte en place tenue par un boulon du compteur.


Le branchement sur la broche du compteur.


Et le resultat monter.



Install facile 10/10
Programmation 5/10 "doc pas tres explicite"
Utilisation temp de reponsse 10/10

Sorry y dont speak english
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The french version of El Diablo???? Good photo's...probably a good "how to" post on the PC and Accuman gear indicator if you can read french.
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As you might have guessed very few if any members can read the french language so perhaps an english version would be helpful.

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Hello all, this post is juste for present a new methode for install PC3 in the zx10r whith any loss of place. y prepare another photos detailled whith the system for move the altimeter.
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Need a translation ?

Ok guys, I'm in a good mood so here's da translation :


Ok, a couple of pics of the item to mount

1- plug to the FI ramp

2-Wire routing and connection to the batery
I didn't follow the instructions. Too ...easy to see (remember that in France , we are supposed to ride with only 100hp and that obviously, we all do... )

3-Hey, a KN !

4-the PC.
1 the PC 2 the exhaust-valve command 3 alarm (behind , in the plastic)

5-general overwview of the area : I'm keeping some room available....so to speak

6-Relocating the altimeter : bolt on the turn signal box with the OEM mounting rubber damper.

That's it ! It's a kind of Pain in The A.. but I keek all the room in the underseat !
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