No. Both side panels have to be removed so you can remove the stingray. You could remove just the right side and expose everything you need to wire your GPS.hovis said:Hello
I have just bought a sat nav unit and want to wire it straight from the battery. The question is can I remove the stingray without removing the side panels?
Cheers Hovis :thumb:
Bravo, Lee! I never attempted the blind pull - due to scope creep, I ended up with the tank off anyway, so I just ran the wires then. Glad you were able to, er...pull it offLAF said:Well I just pulled my MotoLite wires through with a coat hanger.
When I witnessed a tear down for weep hole, and clutch, Dave was nice enough to show me what I was looking for to get under the tank and follow that channel.
If you use a wire coat hanger and work it around the right side of the tank, it will come out high and with the wire loom, then I taped the wires on the end from the seat, and pulled it gently through. It might take a few tries and DO NOT force anything. Look up under the cd/glove box from the seat and you will see the channel and where the loom heads off to around the right side.
Now I cant say 100% it is not around the tank, but it sure looked right coming out where it did with the loom, and right against the frame which facilitated my wire tie fetish
That will get you leads to under your dash,fairing, but not sure where, from there. you need to go