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How to flash the 2011 GSXR 750 ? No Yosh plug


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Hi

it is under the Fueltank-Cover-Black 6pin.



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Forgive my ignorance, but I have and have had the Boostbysmith flashing box since the days of the GEN1 Hayabusa. It has two plugs that come out of it, one I plug into the black and one to the white under the seat after installing the two wire jumper cable . I have used this on 07 and up GSXR 1000 , GEN2 Hayabusa, etc.

The 2011 GSXR 750 does not appear to have the white plug

 



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The white plug is under the seat
With Justin you also get an adapter cable.

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Brix wrote:

The white plug is under the seat
With Justin you also get an adapter cable.

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What you are after is the Suzuki Extension Harness Type 5, it will plug into your existing harness and allow you to flash the 2011 models that use a 6 pin SDS style plug instead of the regular 8 pin yosh box plug

http://www.woolichracing.com/Products.aspx?Manufacturer=Suzuki&Model=GSX-R%20600&Year=2011

Cheers

-Justin.



-- Edited by jkwool on Sunday 13th of January 2013 01:45:14 AM

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Justin, thanks , I just need the $25.00 extension harness correct? I already have two of the standard GSXR harness's from Greg on the way. Feel free to email me if easier zmydust (1) at gmail .com

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yeah mate, if you already have an interface and the main harness, you just need the $25 extension harness which plugs into the Yosh Box plug replacement plug on the later models. Take a look at the documents page to see the installation for the type 5 harness http://www.woolichracing.com/Documents.aspx



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