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Ok have an issue with water. I removed the parking break, carb tops, and the Tors controler. I wrapped all the plug ends with electrical tape and for some reason as soon as I go through water the banshee kicks in a rev limiter similar to the TORS. If I am spraying it down with the pressure washer it does not do it but going through puddles it kills the rev. Once the bike dries out it is fine. I am going to try spraying water at all the connectors while it runs to see if any of them kill it out. Any thoughts?? I am also going to put water proof silicon in all the connector ends to see how that does
 

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Ok have an issue with water. I removed the parking break, carb tops, and the Tors controler. I wrapped all the plug ends with electrical tape and for some reason as soon as I go through water the banshee kicks in a rev limiter similar to the TORS. If I am spraying it down with the pressure washer it does not do it but going through puddles it kills the rev. Once the bike dries out it is fine. I am going to try spraying water at all the connectors while it runs to see if any of them kill it out. Any thoughts?? I am also going to put water proof silicon in all the connector ends to see how that does
on my 2000 i took the tors off and i haven't covered the plug ends with anything they are just hanging there. i've went through lots of water and mud with it and have never had a problem.
 

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on my 2000 i took the tors off and i haven't covered the plug ends with anything they are just hanging there. i've went through lots of water and mud with it and have never had a problem.
Huh I wonder if it is water getting onto my Dyna FS. The way it comes it has extra plugs on the back and I was unsure what to do with them. I focus my water spraying toward that.
 

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that would be the first thing i would try. i have a feeling that the extra plug coming off your dyna might be the suspect to your troubles
 

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i say unloom the wiring harness and cut out the TORS wiring. it will only make the banshee look better without the extra plugs hanging. that or cut the plugs them self off and then tape the extra wire back agian the harness. this probably helps none with your water problem. oh yeah i had Big K's 2000 in a creek crossing about halfway up the engine. and i also had it in the nasty mucky mud holes at the trails and never had a problem with the TORS plugs getting wet.
 

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Well after hours of spraying it with water and cutting out all the tors wiring. We found it to be the wiring on the Dyna. So I called William at 1Dirracing.com and he knew exactly what it was right when I told him. There are 4 plugs and 2 wires that come off the Dyna and most of you know the banshee CDI only has 2 plugs. Well on the dyna you have one plug for the add on Computer Kit that allows you to play with your timing and power curve, then there is another plug for the switch that allows you to change your timing and power curve on the fly. Well all of those were fine it was the 2 other wires that cause the issue. I guess they are a trigger action for something to happen at a certain RPM. I got some shrink tube and shrunk it and electical taped the ends so everything is running great and tested it all out.

As for the little wires they are there for if you want to have a nitrous kit hit at a certain RPM you just set the trigger at a certain RPM with the computer and away you go. William also told me he has known people to wire it into there tail light so when they hit a certain RPM there brake light goes one. making the guy behind you think you are stopping.

Any case Its running sweet.
 
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