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Yes you can but the connectors are all under the top case OR you could do the actuators that you can get to like the oddiments box. Top case is under the rear seat while both saddle bags are under the top case.
The actuators are all in parallel n'est pas? So if I connect into the loom at the Stingray lock connector, I should be able to trip all at once?
 

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The actuators are all in parallel n'est pas? So if I connect into the loom at the Stingray lock connector, I should be able to trip all at once?
If they are in parallel it is inside the alarm, so if the alarm has been removed they are all independent.
 

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Still have the irregularly high idle? When you roll the throttle forward, I think the only thing that should happen is that you trip a switch for the cruise disconnect. Sounds like you are still having some throttle effect so I'd take a good look at what happens with the cables and the throttles as you roll forward like that.
 

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Still have the irregularly high idle? When you roll the throttle forward, I think the only thing that should happen is that you trip a switch for the cruise disconnect. Sounds like you are still having some throttle effect so I'd take a good look at what happens with the cables and the throttles as you roll forward like that.
Customer took it back as it was, so never did get to the bottom of it.
 
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