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Quick Kill Motorcycle Wiring Reference

Suzuki (4 injector):

  • Gear Position Signal (Purple wire from Quick Kill): connect to Pink wire on gear sensor
  • Injector Power Cut (Yellow wire and white wire pair from Quick Kill): connect to Yellow wire with red stripe before fuel injectors. The yellow with red stripe wire comes from the ECU then branches out to 4 wires. Cut this wire before it branches out to 4. When you cut, you will have two ends. Connect the yellow wire from the kill box to the cut end closest to the injectors (toward front of bike). Connect the white wire from the kill box to the cut end closest to the ECU (toward rear of bike).   

 

Suzuki (8 injector):

  • Gear Position Signal (Purple wire from Quick Kill): connect to Pink wire on gear sensor
  • Injector Power Cut (Yellow wire and white wire pair from Quick Kill): connect to Yellow wire with red stripe before fuel injectors. The yellow with red stripe wire comes from the ECU then branches out to 2 wires. These 2 wires then branch out to 4 each. Cut both single wires before they branch into 4 each. Tie the two wires together that's coming from the ECU. Tie both wires together going to the injectors. Connect the yellow wire from the kill box to the cut ends closest to the injectors (toward front of bike). Connect the white wire from the kill box to the cut ends closest to the ECU (toward rear of bike).  

 

Kawasaki:

  • Gear Position Signal (Purple wire from Quick Kill): connect to Green wire with red stripe  on gear sensor
  • Injector Power Cut (Yellow wire and white wire pair from Quick Kill): connect to white wire with red stripe at junction connector. The white wire with red stripe comes from the ECU and goes to the junction block connector then branches out to 4 wires before running to each injector. So cut the wire before the connector where it splits into 4. Connect the yellow wire from the kill box to the cut end closest to the injectors (closest to the junction connector). Connect the white wire from the kill box to the cut end closest to the ECU (toward rear of bike).