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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Hi Cribbe,
    It's a while ago you did the trick. I'm trying the same. Before I dissasamble the bike: Is the ECU easy to reach?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    If you follow this link you will see a pic of the ECU, under the tank http://www.600riders.com/forum/fz6-g...ng-my-fz6.html (thanks to Randy for the pic).

    Good luck
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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Looking at the schematic for an ABS equipped bike, the post by Cribbe looks accurate as far as colors go.

    Please keep in mind that if these connections are compromised, you'll be walking. Do not jeopardize the integrity of the CPS wire ( grey wire )!

    Thanks Martin.

    Here is the source of those pictures.... Bike P o r n
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    R6 Forks, R1 Rear Shock (revalved), 6 Ignition Advance, S1 CAT free Header, SS Mid-Pipe, 2Bro Exhaust, AIS block off plates, Bazzaz Z-Fi Fuel Controller & Z-AFM Data Logger, Air Box mod, CR10E Plugs, 48-Tooth Rear Sprocket, FZ1 Bars, Spider Grips, Adj levers, Powder Coated -Triple, Bars & Rear Sets, Solid mounted rear-sets w/knurled pegs, Dual Headlight, Tail Tidy, LED Combo Brake & Directionals, LED POD lights & Tinted PUIG Wind Screen!

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    Re: Speed sensor ABS

    Hello,
    I'm trying to connect a gear indicator on my fz6 s2 abs and I wan't to know if somebody have the picture of cribbe with the cables marked with a red dot.

    Sorry for my english, I'm french 😉

 

 
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