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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-18-2009, 07:39 AM Thread Starter
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need help for Electrical instructions for GIVI

I just got a new GIVI E55 Top Box. I recieved the brake kit as well.
I would like to install the brake kit by myself. The forum help is requested .

1. Does the electrical system on the bike is ready for such installation (any existing connectors ?)
2. Any hints from the guys that already instaled similare kits will be welcome
3. Picutes will be more than welcome.

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-18-2009, 09:36 AM
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There's a thread on this forum that helps with that (with great pictures) that I used but I can't remember where exactly (do a search).

The wiring is pretty easy (has to be if I could do it) and there is no problem. I am running admorelight brake/turn signals in my givi v35's and am thinking about adding the same to my v46 top case.


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http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums...light=top+case

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Thank you Stlee29 for the link

Mightymouse, did you have to bruise the original wiring to connect the new lights wiring or there is a pre-ready connector for this on the bike.

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where i can get the wiring diagram of the bike?
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download the official service manual. its documented somehwere on here
or do a search for kawasaki versys service manual download, yo deffo do not need topay for a CD copy of fleabay
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it's easy, and yes you do have to tap into a preexisting wire to do it.


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Page 547 of the service manual.


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Great stuff

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