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    Dood, do I look like an auto sparky?
    Sorry to sound harsh but use the Yellow pages and make a few phone calls. I wrote this up for those that want to do the install themselves. It's honestly not all that difficult. You only need an average understanding of a wiring diagram, the right tools (or ability to borrow them) and some time to play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dingosrun View Post
    how much would it cost to get a auto sparky to fit it
    I think Dubs recommends someone on his site.
    Nice job Hornet.

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    Again, many thanks Hornet for taking the time to do the write up.

    Any queries about purchase or pickup of the items can be directed to me.

    Dubs

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    How i can change remotes backround color? It is now green.

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    The background colour on the remote is for the alarm status - Green is when armed, Yellow is on disarm and Red is when triggered. Besides opening it up to modify the three colour LED inside, you can't.
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    How i switch alarm arm reminding off?

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    Nice write up Hornet. Your uber training skills are paying off.

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    No can do kokis - it's automated, and no options in the manual to do so.
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    Picked up one off Dubs the other day. Should have it fitted up over the next night or 2.

    Going to try and get my head around the Remote Start for those cold mornings waiting for the bike to warm up. The Immobilize is going to be a challenge.

    Cheers Dubs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokis88 View Post
    How i switch alarm arm reminding off?
    Quote Originally Posted by xsnoiz View Post
    No can do kokis - it's automated, and no options in the manual to do so.
    Actually, it's occured to me today that mine doesn't do this. I would think that it's because I haven't wired up the remote start, which senses when the bike is running and hence when it's switched off. I suppose if you wanted to disable this you just disconnect the brown and black wires.

    As I've said, I do intend to hook up the remote start for a bit of a play but I always park the bike in gear so I can't see that I'll ever use it.
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    That's a good point Hornet. Mine's always done it because I hooked up the remote start.
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    You wont need to hook up the remote start for it to work hornet, you only need to connect the brown wire(i think) into one of the key activated power lines so it knows when you turn the bike on/off.

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    So I have done hours of reading on the interwebz about the remote start. From what I can gather you can not use the remote start if you have an immobilizer. I am trying my best to work out a work around but I dont think its going to happen. Anyone have any ideas?

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    You'd need a transponder close to your igniton barrel, which would cause issues with your insurance policy
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    Quote Originally Posted by xsnoiz View Post
    You'd need a transponder close to your igniton barrel, which would cause issues with your insurance policy
    Killswitch if you do the transponder thingy you may want to do the brake wiring that actually checks if the key is in the ignition and if it is not in the ignition the bike switches off.

    I do not know how to do this myself however there is some information on the interwebz.

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    So I have fitted the alarm. But the Pink and Grey wires are not working. The alarm its self Arms and disarms etc but I have wired in the Killswitch to the Grey Pink Wires like Hornet and the boys did but the bike wont start when disarmed or at any point. Technically my understanding is that in the alarm there would be a relay, at disarmed its closed and armed its open. Anyone have any idea?

    While disarmed I turn on the bike and get the dash and lights but no fuel pump and the start button is dead as.

    This is for 2004 R6 I have wired in.
    Red - Battery +
    Black (2x) - Battery -
    Pink - Cut Killswitch Wire (to Killswitch) - Red with Black Strip
    Grey - Cut Killswitch Wire (to Module) - Red with Black Strip
    Yellows - Turn signals Dark Green - Brown near tail end.

    I haven't hooked up these:
    Brown - Ignition Relay (Is hot with 12v when remote start is selected) So this must be for powering the Ignition system. I dont know if it tells the Alarm that the bike is on or not to stop the auto arming?
    Blue - Starter Relay (Is hot to start Motor)

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    Scrap that I've confused myself, need to double check my setup

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    Did you have a black wire with an earth symbol as well as a connector that came out of the alarm module all by itself?
    It's the short wire with orange tag and round connector in this pic;


    There should also be another black wire that comes in the same loom as all the others - red, blue, pink, grey, brown and blue.

    I haven't hooked up the brown, blue or BLACK wire from the loom. The other wire is a ground/earth for the alarm module. Maybe try disconnecting the other black wire and see if it works.

    Failing that, I might be able to come by and have a look after Flash Harry's ride tomorrow. PM me your addy and phone number and I'll check tomorrow afternoon.
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    Arrr ok I have both Black wires earthed. I will pull off the black wire and see how it goes tomorrow morning. Ill PM you details. Cheers.

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    No worries.
    As I've said before, I've been a bit lazy by not hooking all the wires up, but I never wanted a remote start so... yeh.
    I have had this installed for about a month now and haven't had any problems. All I have wired up are the red to positive, black GND wire to the negative, yellow to the indicators and pink and grey to the kill switch wires. Everything has been sweet.
    I guess just check your own wiring diagramme and make sure you've got everything sussed properly.
    Happy to have a look, though, so I'll check tomorrow after the ride.
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