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Old 02-21-2010, 02:56 PM   #1
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Was looking and was thinking about eliminating mine cause of a intermittent bog but I have a for wire connector or something instead of the the 3 wire in the picture on the pinned forum. I was wondering what I would disconnect if I wanted to but I would still like the use of my kill switch so I would have to heatshrink the middle. I know what to do but what wire exactly. Oh yeah its a 99' ZL 600 EFI.

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Looking for a rear skid for my 99' ZL 600 EFI, looking at any skid at the moment as long as its a 121x15"
Need part # 0708-042 or 0708-096 BRKT,ENG MTG/BEARING SUPPORT-MACH pm me if you have one! Thanks!
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Old 02-21-2010, 03:14 PM   #2
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You are talking about TSS (Throttle Safety Switch), not TPS (Throttle Position Sensor). You can't disable the TPS on an EFI sled. To disable the TSS, it is the 3 pole connector going to the handlebars. The connector is about where the handlebar clamp is. I think the wires are purple, brown and black. The center wire is the TSS wire. The other 2 are the kill switch.
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The connector may be under the cover on the tank that the key switch is mounted on.
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Hmm... maybe later. I want to get me a riser in sometime but can't get the small hardware free on the bar clamp, any advice?
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