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Hayabusa Gen II Wiring Diagram (Colour)

Contains:
- wiring for ECU Editor interface
- MS0/MS1 switch
- HO2S isolation switch (no fault code generated)
- PAIR replacement resistor
- ECU Pinout details

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Many thanks this is GREAT !


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Mark well done efforts appreciated
Cheers

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nice work u made there can u tell us the MS and o2s switch has any particular specifications or we can use whatever?

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nice thanks..smile

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I just used micro toggles for the HO2S and MS.

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I also drew one up for the GenI, but scalable. I'll dig it up and post it as well.

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Im I the only one having issue's with the link? When I click on it.....says "link is Broken"...."DNS ERROR"?? 

 


Hayabusa Gen II Wiring Diagram (Colour)

Contains:
- wiring for ECU Editor interface
- MS0/MS1 switch
- HO2S isolation switch (no fault code generated)
- PAIR replacement resistor
- ECU Pinout details

Mark

 




 



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Hmmm, works for me!

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Camel wrote:

Hmmm, works for me!




Well I guess My LabTop had a CPU Fart or somethingno???? I just tried it again and it worked Perfect! confuse



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Link is broken or restricted. Damn. I should have saved it local.

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Working for me, pm me your email and I'll send it direct.

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Camel,
Thanks. PM not working for me today either. Damn work firewall?

tompeterson.home@gmail.com

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This must be very usefull but itīs not working for me too.

my email is: dim916@yahoo.com

thanks in advance!



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Hi Guys.

Does anyone know what wiring differences there are with the US ECU? (if there are any) I have an used ECU coming from there for my car.

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Hi Wayne,

The Californian version has an EVAP solenoid activated by the Dark Brown wire running from Pin 15 of the ECU. I've had no experience with this version so I couldn't tell you if not connecting it throws a fault code.

The power source wire running to Pin 17 is orange with a white trace on the US models, (O/G on Aussie/EU).

Apart from the above, I suppose you already know about the engine immobiliser wires....

As for the ignition and fuel settings, the US model apparently runs leaner than the Aussie/EU bike.  Can't confirm that one.  I'm sure Pete could, (BTW Pete, I didn't see YOU running with the redshirts in Bangkok earlier this week!)

Camel

-- Edited by Camel on Friday 9th of April 2010 04:02:50 AM

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Thanks Camel....

I am having to put together a 'kit of bits' from varied sources I'm afraid.

I have a UK B-King loom, which has the immo wiring of course and also had an aftermarket alarm wired into it. I got the loom with my second engine from Hills Salvage but they had lost/thrown the ECU unfortunately.

The only 08> ECU I could get was a US Hayabusa one, so I have been trying to figure out all the little differences between the two market specs and between the two bike types.

I hope to get to the Suzuki Centre soon so I can go through what all the variables are with regard to things like clutch switch, side stand, neutral switch, drive mode switch etc etc in order for things to work properly in my car.

I'm sure it's all simple enough once I get my head around everything.

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I've already done that, made up a wiring diagram for the Gen I without all the interlocks - but note well! You must retain the clutch switch! Come to think of it, I've done it for the Gen II as well. Better dig it up and post it I spose.

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Top Banana! That would save me some time...

My car starting the race I did at the weekend..... (in which I came 6th O/A and won my class)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBZuPMAPZto

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super cool chipwizzard, are you logging with ee2 on the dyno, and HOW many gears does the car have....i was looking at the dyno session....smile

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At the moment the car has a motorsport ECU on it with early Gixer1000 single injector throttles (the hayabusa ones were damaged in the accident the bike had) and the ECU has it's own logging, but I am fitting the proper throttles and stock ECU once I have all the bits I need.

That video is just me on the dyno trying to get heat in the tires to do a run. The car is very low, so underbody clearance doesn't allow me to load the back end up to help traction. The car just uses the stock gearbox with my own creation of flatshift system (which I am very happy with).

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Can I please have the diagram? Link is not working :(

demetris@dga-net.com

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Can I get that too, please. Link is busted.
The address is:

henri dot volotinen at gmail dot com

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Can someone send me wiring diagram? address: Joonas.Auvinen@hotmail.com

-- Edited by -Auvinen- on Thursday 25th of November 2010 12:20:37 PM

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Can you send me the diagram aswell please, email address is:

mark.cowperthwaite@hotmail.co.uk

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I cant get the link to work either. Is some able to email it to me please?

countyoshula@hotmail.com

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someone pls email me it tnx
coracora_52@hotmail.com

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Greg has hosted it again here
www.boostbysmith.com/directions/HayabusaK8wiringHDCOLOUR.pdf



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Greg has hosted it again here
www.boostbysmith.com/directions/HayabusaK8wiringHDCOLOUR.pdf




 



http:// www.boostbysmith.com/directions/HayabusaK8wiringHDCOLOUR.pdf



-- Edited by sportbikeryder on Sunday 23rd of January 2011 02:31:15 PM

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Thanks, this is good but i was after the essential wiring version, there is one posted on the following link but is low quality, anyone got a better quality version? Thanks in advance.

http://www.edgebuggyforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=6141

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Mike from Toptune here. I assume that this is to do with Nicky's car. If you need specific info regarding the wiring get in touch with me. If it is regarding the flashing connections I have already installed them in the loom when I had it down over Christmas. Most of the diagrams you can get on disc etc.... are of poor quality. I do have any information you may need to hand so mail me on toptune@btinternet.com and I'll do my best to help.

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As Solway has said, Can someone send it on to me if they don't mind!? cheers, Phil
Phil@Digrite.com.au

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