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    Wiring cleanup

    Anybody have ideas to clean up the spider web of wires and cables?

    #2
    I'm no expert but I found by routing the main loom wiring directly up the frame and across the top bar to the head stem, and coiling the excess under the control panel the whole thing is fairly neat.

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      #3
      I was going to get some of this stuff, comes in 3 different sizes, split plastic conduit, only about a dollar a meter.

      Great for use in automotive applications such as installing power cables in your car. Split Loom Tube(6 sizes available). - 1x Split loom tube. Great for organizing and protecting multiple cables. This tube is split along its entire length so you can add and remove cables from it.
      My Rides: DRZ400e setup for ADV, I love it, An old Hardtail MTB with a BBSHD

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      • artdrectr
        artdrectr commented
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        I used something similar from amazon (usa) and it worked well.


        I coiled excess wiring around the seat tube near the BB. Wrapped that portion of coil and tube in 2" wide velcro. Hides the wiring and easy to remove.

      #4
      Thanks for the tip! Just ordered a variety of sizes from Amazon. See attached "before" photo. Will post results after get delivery.

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      • artdrectr
        artdrectr commented
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        Off thread: Seems like an odd location for the shift sensor. I thought it needed to be held in place like on a chain stay. If it works where ya have it, cool.
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