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Offline 001andrew

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Wiring Loom
« on: October 17, 2017, 10:32:30 AM »
I have nominated for the A4DE in Cessnock (yes, a little but daunting!!!) and I need a few parts for my 84 IT200 (has a TT350 front end)

Priority 1 at the moment
I need a wiring loom, including rear brake switch (mine has been chopped and has just the basics to make the bike run)

Hoping someone has something lying around?
Cheers, Andrew

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Re: Wiring Loom
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2017, 09:27:30 PM »
Hi Andrew,

Good luck with the A4DE!

In relation to the rear brake light switch, and this is in relation to the IT175J that I have, but I think that they are very similar, you can buy a generic type of brake switch that mounts in the brackets. You will need to modify the spring that comes with it to suit so that it has the correct reach to the rod for the pedal. See picture for more detail. In relation to the wiring loom, I suggest that you make up one to suit. All you need to do is get power(usually the brown wire) to the switch and then run it back to the stop light. Are you going to run a headlight/tail light also? Below is a diagram, but I'm not sure if it is suitable for the 200.

175J Rear Brake Switch

175J Wiring diagram.

IT465 - IT175 x 4

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Re: Wiring Loom
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2017, 02:19:53 PM »
Cheers Brad,
Definitely easier to make a small loom just to get the lights and rear brake light working than find one. 
Let you know how i get on

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Re: Wiring Loom
« Reply #4 on: October 20, 2017, 03:18:42 PM »
I just ordered one of the brake switches and I'll start a loom pretty soon.