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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-22-2013, 10:54 AM Thread Starter
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So last year I had my lloyds vfc installed at the end of the year, yesterday I was out detailing the bike and when I took the side cover off where they had the vfc all set up it looked like there was a white wire just sitting there not hooked to anything. Its next to the black wire, when I turn the bike all the lights and everything works fine it stays on #1 green is this how its sapposed to work?

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Lloyds has instructions on his site, you can check there. But I think i had a wire that went no where, been awhile so don't remember too much. A far s lights go, yes green 1 will be lite up when on

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Ok ill check his website again I think last time I looked it was really confusing, but are the lights sapposed to change at all or just stay on that one? I gave it gas n it didn't do anything to the lights or move at all.

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I've noticed if you romp on it and the other circuits activate those lights might come on.

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where is the instruction sheet that tells you where the White wire goes?
If you would of read what Lloydz said yes all light will flicker
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I have a Lloydz tuner in as well. I have no wires that dont go anywhere and when I start the bike the lights flicker and when I throttle the lights change with the amount of throttle. I dont think yours is installed correctly.
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Where does that white wire go then?

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There is a group of wires that are all cinnected then this white wire that's next to this black wire that looks like it might be a ground maybe?

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Just talked to lloyd and I guess the white wire is for nitrous, I guess it was sapposed to be in the bunch of other wires but must of pulled out some how. Said also seems the lights and everything are running fine.

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Oh alright well that's good news!
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