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As my donor wiring harness arrives today I'm putting the finishing touches to my diagram. Can I just tee these wires and run them to the frame some where? I'm also a little confused how to get the fused power from. I see that it is tee'd in to the clutch switch. That is for the CL but what should I do for the r1100s? Where is the clutch switch fused power coming from for the S?
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Looks like maybe its switched from the load shed relay but I don't see it fused. What should I do since I want the cruise control switched? I can add a fuse next to my heated grip fuse and run it to the module but what do i do with the clutch switch to module? I have no clue what I'm doing but I'm learning a lot. lol

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Finally found a diagram for the clutch switch.

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So the R1200CL clutch has two switches, this explains the confusion. I wonder if the S would accept the dual switches?



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Okay I think I have my layout complete.

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Let the fun begin.

I did end up buying the dual clutch switch I just hope it fits.

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Don't be surprised by the lack of response... plowing through schematics does not make for casual reading for most people. Including me (grin).

Sorting the wiring for adaption of the OEM actuator was a big part of the reason I went with the Rostra... and why I am interested in how you accomplish it.

I tapped into the single clutch switch wiring for the Rostra.

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I understand. I posted then soon after found other data that kind of answer my question. The goal of this thread is to record my steps to creating a schematic that everyone and I can use for future reference. I plan to have a final post that will sum everything together. The last schematic is the one I created. I'm just hoping someone will catch something that wont work so I don't ruin my bike. My knowledge is mechanical not electrical.
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You could use the dual switch clutch or the existing one and add a relay. If the dual switch works I'd go that route. My non-heated grip S only has 4 fuses on the left side, there is no right side fuse box to use.

I tapped the "city" light bulb in the headlight assembly for my GPS, voltmeter, and USB outlet. All three things have a very small draw.
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I've tapped into the parking light for various things as well... it's a handy circuit.
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The dual clutch switches fit perfectly.





Does anyone know a part number for the fuse box terminal pins? I don’t really want to spend $35 for the whole assembly.

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I'll buy the box and pins for you, if you give me the box and what pins you don't need.
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The dual clutch switches fit perfectly.
The beauty of common parts. I always liked this version of BMW's control assembly, both brake and clutch, which integrates the reservoirs in the castings. I guess they used them through about 2006 after which they went to plastic reservoirs. Clean, compact and elegant....
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I'll buy the box and pins for you, if you give me the box and what pins you don't need.
I may have just discovered that the relay pins are the same as the fuse pins and I have a used relay box off the donor harness. I'll confirm this tonight.


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The beauty of common parts. I always liked this version of BMW's control assembly, both brake and clutch, which integrates the reservoirs in the castings. I guess they used them through about 2006 after which they went to plastic reservoirs. Clean, compact and elegant....
I agree I like this generation more than the newer stuff.
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Added the cruise light and moved the alternator light below. Very happy with the way it came out. Hope the cruise light is bright enough during the day.









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Made my bracket and mounted the actuator below the headlight. Only concern was air flow going through the oil cooler. After reviewing it I decided that it probably wont make a huge difference. I did test my wiring and it all worked. Very exciting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. All thats left is to make the cable and finalize the harness.



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Cool... how about a pic of the actuator installation? The light install looked great, good that you kept the alt. light.

Also did you stick with the bowden box or go direct to the throttle tube?
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Thanks!

The picture is there. My image hosting hosting site is having issue at the moment, you will have to check back later.

I ended up running the cable to the throttle tube. I will have more on that later. So far I'm really happy with the install. It is a lot of work but imo it is well worth it.
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Here are some more pictures of the bracket and actuator location. As you can see there was just enough room.





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