HELP! im confused anyone else done this got any wiring diagrams? anything will help. i got a trailtech 4k3b stator and regulater/rectifier, but im not sure what wires do what. any info to point me in the right direction would be very appreciated. Thanks
YOu have a trailtech stator or a 4k3b unit from KTM? I would be happy to help you out with whatever I can. I have a 04 525 motor out of a SMR and it has Moose stator and EXC flywheel, with stock battery and works great!
yeah i bought a trail tech stator and flywheel, i think i may have it figured out, i found some more info on thier site last night. I believe i hook the two yellow wires from the stator to the regulator/rectifier, then the red and black form the regulater to the battery then wire the lights from there. Sound right? ill keep you posted on how things go, hopefully ill be tearing the streets up soon!
i ran all the wires for my lights straight off the battery. that way if my bike dies for whatever reason, i will still have brake lights and headlights. what switch are you using to turn your lights on?
i used a k&s "offroad" switch, and for the lights it has a power wire, ground, high and low. once you get the power hooked up its pretty self explanatory. its been a while, but if im not mistaken it also has a power for the blinkers and the horn, but were not gonna worry about that just yet.
the ktm has a place in the airbox for a battery. they sell the box and straps. once you get that figured out, just follow the directions on the switch you use as far as running the wires and you should be golden.
part numbers for the box and straps:
0017.060203 screws that hold the box in place
503.03.018.000 straps (i think thats the part number)
2 yellows to the reg/rec, black and red to the battery then wire from there, exactly. Takes a LOT of the little "1 in 2 out" splitter things. Do yourself a favor and get trailtechs terminal kit. It's a disaster waiting to happen if you don't get decent weatherproof connections. It's pretty easy, just make sure you dont have any connections touching other connections, stupid groundout stuff, that kinda business. Test it a LOT as you go to make sure you're getting it right.
Thanks so much for the input guys! im workin on it alot, cant wait to get it on the road, next i gotta find some fellow junkies to ride with, as all my friends ride either sportbikes or harleys i dare to be differant lol, and way more fun of course