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    the purple/white wire from the mfd to the voltage regulator on the virage is this a kill switch setup that the mfd does for the locled and unlocked controls of the mfd??is it suppose to be live or dead when running??


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    Purple/White is the Security connection between the LR Start/Stop module and the MFI display. When the MFI display is not locked the MFI grounds the Purple/White wire.

    When you press the Start button (and the engine is not running), it applies battery voltage to one side of the coil in the solenoid. The other side of the solenoid coil runs into the LR module. From there it then looks for ground on Purple/White. If Purple/White is not grounded then the MFI display is 'Locked' and the solenoid does not energize. If the Purple/White is grounded then the LR module allows the solenoid to energize and crank the engine.

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    is there a way to bypass the mfi and make the ski run.so the lr505 could kill the ignition but more than likely would not cause any type of misfire

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    I would think if you just permanently connect the solenoid to ground, eliminating the MFI it should work

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxPro1200 View Post
    is there a way to bypass the mMFI and make the ski run?
    So the lr505 could kill the ignition but more than likely would not cause any type of misfire
    Misfire? What are you concerned about?

    If you want the MFI security function out of the picture, just ground the Purple/White wire.
    If you want to unplug the entire MFI, you can just loop a short piece of #14 copper wire between Black and Purple/White pins on the MFI harness connector.

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    now we're getting somewhere.to run the virage e-box on the pro i'll need to disconnect the p/w wire from inside the box and then ground the reg. wire inside the box.if the problem moves to the pro then its one of the components inside the e-box.if not then all those components are good and the problem is still with the virage

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    You can use the small LR voltage regulator module from the Pro 1200 with the Virage CDI. Don't see a problem there. The Virage CDI should just plug in, in place of the Pro 1200 CDI.

    Are you moving the entire electrical box between skis, or just the CDI module?

    BTW, what part numbers are on the Virage CDI, and the Pro 1200 CDI?

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    pro1200 is a limited curve reburn.the virage is stock.by using ALL the virage e-box components in the pro i can cut the #of suspect components in half with one test run.can't run a 92 oct cdi on a ski full of 87 oct gas.if the problem moves to the pro then i'll run the pro e-box with the virage cdi and see what happens then,process of elimination

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