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post #1 of 7 Old 07-30-2019, 08:41 AM Thread Starter
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Tach signal for the dyno

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I’m going to get the bike properly set up on a dyno, and I need to find the tach signal for the dyno.

Is there a way that doesn’t involve removing the airbox?

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What gen is your bike?

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Generally the sensor is an alligator clip from the dyno that clips onto usually an ignition wire above a coil pack and is usually accessed from the side. To make it easier for the tuner, remove one or both side panels

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What gen is your bike?
Gen 5
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Any one of the stick coil leads will do which go back to the ECU individually.
Cylinder 1 Black
Cylinder 2 Black with Red Stripe
Cylinder 3 Black with Orange Stripe
Cylinder 4 Black with Green Stripe

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Any one of the stick coil leads will do which go back to the ECU individually.
Cylinder 1 Black
Cylinder 2 Black with Red Stripe
Cylinder 3 Black with White Stripe
Cylinder 4 Black with Orange Stripe
Sweet, just what I hoped for! Which one of the three connectors would I be looking at...?

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Sweet, just what I hoped for! Which one of the three connectors would I be looking at...?

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DOH! I was originally looking at the diagram for the gen4. So I removed the picture and changed the wording (cylinder 3 and 4) to reflect the proper colors. 1 and 2 did not change. It's on the left most harness (when you're sitting on the bike) kickstand side.

Only reason I caught the mistake was when you mentioned there were 3 harnesses. Gen 4 only has 2. Sorry about that.

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