Filed Under (Yamaha) by admin on 15-01-2012

Perimeter sensor – A miniature multi stage microwave sensor that detects motion in mass around the motorcycle, and uniquely protects its parts and accessories. Detects any attempt to tamper with saddlebags, luggage or accessories. • Ignition disable and anti-hijack kit – Allows remote disabling of the motorcycle’s electrical system, should someone force you off your bike. Also prevents the engine from being started when the system is armed. • Back-up battery Transmitter -Built in back up power capacitors with voltage sensing circuitry will ensure operation of the paging system even if wires are cut or battery is disconnected. • Factory Connector Kits -OEM style connectors that simply plug into the motorcycle’s factory wiring harness. Connector kits are available for select motorcycle models.

Dual Battery Installation for 1985 Toyota 4Runner


Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 16-09-2011

I reviewed a number of locations on my 4Runner including the engine bay, under the body
and rear cargo area. Of all those areas, I decided on the engine bay as the most convenient,
the safest location and the easiest to wire and protect the batteries. Careful measurement of
the OEM battery location showed that by rotating the OEM battery 90 degrees, another
battery could be shoehorned in with some minor modifications. See figure 1 for a photo of
the OEM battery location.
The first problem to solve when mounting batteries in this location is to move the OEM fuse
box approximately 1” towards the rear of the truck. See figure 2 on how I was able to move
my fuse box 1” inch. There is just enough slack in the factory wiring harness to make this
move without having to redo wiring harnesses or putting undo pressure or tension on the

Installation And Tuning Instructions For all Motorcycle Applications


Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 27-10-2010

1) Start with a cold motorcycle, and remove the seat (see owners manual for seat removal instructions). 2) Locate a suitable place for your new PowerCard: It is generally velcroed or zip tied under the seat or behind cowling, check for the easiest mounting and wire routing. Often it is easier to place the card in the desired location, and then pull wires from there, rather than connecting the wires and trying to work the PowerCard backward. (In a 2004 Yamaha R6 for example, it is easiest to mount the card, then route connectors one by one through to the engine compartment.) 3) Disconnect the battery ground. Battery may need to be removed to aid in installation (2006 Yamaha R1 for example). 4) Remove the fuel tank and necessary cowlings – many tanks can simply be rotated up and away to allow access to the fuel injector connectors. Secure the tank. Be careful to prevent fuel spills if fuel line removal is necessary – use the quick-disconnect fittings if your motorcycle is so equipped. (see owners manual for tank removal instructions) a. Note: ZX10 installation also requires removal of the stock air box. Unbolt, disconnect fittings, and then turn clock-wise one-quarter turn to remove. Distributed Exclusively by Moss Motors, Ltd. 3 Injector lead #3 improperly installed (+) 2 1 (-) 4 3 Distributed Exclusively by Moss Motors, Ltd. 5) Connecting the PowerCard harness inline: a. Remove any one factory fuel injector connector from an injector (a flat blade screwdriver or long nose pliers may be used to ease removal). b. Couple the female connector from the PowerCard onto the fuel injector, and plug the male connector into the ECU/factory wiring harness. c. Repeat for the rest of the fuel injector connectors – The order is not important as long as they are installed as they are paired



Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 26-10-2010

Remove the following components to prepare for installation. There will be some differences between models and years. Remove both seats. Remove both left and right side fairing panels. Remove the bolt at the right rear of the fuel tank (if needed) to run the display cable to the left side of the frame (inboard of the air intake tube) along the factory wiring harness. Disconnect the negative battery cable (and any additional ground wires) at the battery. Remove the air intake tube from the air box. 3. Install the wiring. NOTE: The # indicates the connection to the unplugged 16 pin terminal strip. See the table. The Junction Board will be mounted on top of the air box just in front of the air temperature sensor. PHOTO1 An alternate position is shown in PHOTO 1A. The clear sleeve for the board gets stiff when it is cold. Warming makes it more pliable. If it is difficult to get the air sensor connector back on then use the alternate position on the left. The wiring enters the upper left corner for either position