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May 31st, 2018, 09:23 AM   #1
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Ignition module wiring, where to?

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I'm currently swapping the engine in my FE450 -06' to a 550 -03'.
As you probably know they are operating on different ignition systems and I am trying to do the necessary swaps in the wiring for this to work (switching to the old models ignition module and regulator).
I think I have figured out where to put all the wires except the 4 top ones coming from the ignition module. By comparing the old and new wiring diagram where do I put the old ignition module wires to fit the new? (Images below)



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Hi,
a while ago I tried to explain it to BigJalle - I guess he want's the same... but I don't know if he could make it work. Check out this link: Engine change 650 (Engine change 650)

Please keep us up to date how it worked out!

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Hi,
a while ago I tried to explain it to BigJalle - I guess he want's the same... but I don't know if he could make it work. Check out this link: Engine change 650 (Engine change 650)

Please keep us up to date how it worked out!

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Thanks for the reply, will check this out as soon as the warmth outside calms down a bit

EDIT: I read you answer and it looks good but I have 2 questions.
1. Can I use the newer carburetor with the old engine (without the TPS connected of course). And if so, which one would you recommend using. According to the previous owner, who never used the engine, the pre-previous owner put in more aggressive cams. I think my Keihin is 1 mm larger than the Dellorto and the threads where between the carb and cable are gone.
2. "[cdi] orange --> yellow/blue wire (stop/kill switch), connected with your key switch (your 2006 harness)" What if I don't have a keyswitch?

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Hi,
to your questions:
  1. Of course you can use the newer carb with the old engine. Usually the people mount a (mostly selfmade) billet aluminium adapter where the old carburettor rubber mount is connected. Then they connect the newer carb with the "newer" rubber to the billet adapter.
    Which carb you use is a matter of choice. Many guys on the forum clearly prefer the Keihin FCR over the old Dellorto. Since the Dellorto and its parts is more cheap than the Keihin (and since my bike came with Dellorto) I use the Dellorto. Some guys say the keihin makes the bike easier to control - with the Dellorto it might be to sensitive or having hick-ups...
    I did not feel my engine is having hick-ups with the Dellorto - but it's sensitive on the throttle ... but that's why you bought a Husaberg and not a Suzuki DR, right?
  2. The orange wire shortcuts the ignition spark to ground. You need that to kill the engine. You surely have a kill switch, which somehow is connected to that cable. If you don't have a key/key lock for the bike, than the bike is "always on" (can be started any time). So if you don't need the key-lock, connect orange to the kill switch only and you're fine.

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