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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-09-2018, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
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I have been searching on here to see if anyone has relocated the ignition to the fairing of their Cross Country. I have not been able to find anything so if anyone has or knows of someone that has I would appreciate a link or photos of it. And maye some info on how they did it.
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I did not move mine too the fairing but I do have web site and part numbers for the plugs so that you could make the harness and not have to cut factory wiring. I can get them tonight if you want

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I would like to know if anyone has moved it to the right side. If so where and how.

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I would like to know if anyone has moved it to the right side. If so where and how.
What's wrong with the left

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I like to be able to hold the clutch in and turn of the ignition. Not hit the kill switch then the ignition.

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I like to be able to hold the clutch in and turn of the ignition. Not hit the kill switch then the ignition.
That is a good reason, and never heard of that, ..... Anyway I read 1 or 2 years ago that there was a guy that cleared all the stuff behind his right hand cheeswedge... So yes it could be done.....

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I did not move mine too the fairing but I do have web site and part numbers for the plugs so that you could make the harness and not have to cut factory wiring. I can get them tonight if you want
That would be helpful. Thanks
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There is this. https://buywitchdoctors.com/p/2693/b...ation-sc-3524/

I have not researched it. My ride doesnt need a hidden switch. I dont need the kind of custom factor.
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Default I relocated switch

I got the bracket from Witchdoctors Bueller is taking about. Also got a small harness they sell. They sell it to move the switch behind the rear cylinder. I moved it up onto the bars, but I went to the left side of the handlebars on my XR not a CC. I lost my ignition key once in northern Az. every since then I wanted to move it, so I got the parts from Witchdoctors. The key could still fall out, but it is pointing down now, so it is less likely than the BS location Polaris put it in.

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https://www.corsa-technic.com/item.p...ategory_id=127

Will need one of the ESJ-4P and one of the ESJ-4P will come with pounds and sockets will have to order two different size sockets. Switch has two different size wire

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