wire guages and connector differences (quick change mono seat)
Hey guys I'm full of ideas tonight (well I'm reflecting on the things I've had in my head...).
Subframe came, ordered CF underseat thing from some place in the UK (Randy didn't seem to have it)...also ordered that front under nose thing from the same company to add some semblance of order.
I want to replace all the rear electrical wires and connectors to facilitate a quick change assembly (I have 2 subframes, 2 tails --one mono plus the OEM bit with the passenger seat/pegs--, 2 taillights, etc.) and if I do a custom job I can rebuild the wiring harness at the back to be 2 identical units.
The way to do that and be quick about it is to put all the connectors at the front of the subframe, by the shock, so they can be pulled off, so if I'm close but not perfect in my wire gauge should I be OK?
I'm also open to suggestions regarding the build. I THINK I can build it leaving the side/undertank fairings on (I have tons of Dzus fasteners here) but think I need to remove the seat so should probably buy another seat?
I'd like a quick-change duo/mono setup that takes maybe an hour to go back and forth. Am I missing anything?
I spent this summer getting used to riding again, but want occasionally to take pretty passengers (duh!) next year...
2008 1098s mods (IIRC): Dymag CF Rims, Braketech ceramic CMCs, Discaccati rear rotor/caliper, RAM magnesium swingarm, magnesium full 30mm offset triples, FGRT803s, TTX, EVR slipper+slave, magnesium clutch side cover, STM Ti thong, Brembo RCS levers (both sides), Speedymoto EVO waterpump, Corse silicone rad lines, Ti front axle+clutch bolts+caliper bolts, all bodywork CarbonDry carbon fiber, Leo Vince Ti full, Nemesis, Rizoma barends, rearsets, Oberon signals, Evoluzione eliminator, some other shit I don't know the names for.