I just completely rewired my Dyna 2000 ignition on my 2006 Honda 599. Looks much better than what the local shop did!
When I had the Dyna 2000 ignition installed, I lost my side stand engine kill ability. That is when the side stand is down and the transmission is in gear, a wire is shorted to ground to kill the ignition. This worked with the stock ignition, but for some reason the shop never connected to the Dyna 2000. Since I have made the kick stand down and drive away mistake a few times, I would like to have this function back.
The Dyna 2000 has one orange wire that is suppose to be used to enable this function. Only problem is that I cannot figure out where to connect it. I tried the green with white stripe wire that connected to the old ignition control unit, but it kills the bike every time I pull the clutch or put the kick stand up in gear or neutral. I then tried the solid green wire which just always kills the engine. I expected this since the solid green is a ground, but tried anyways.
Does anyone have any idea what single wire is used to connect to the Dyna 2000 ignition to kill the engine when the kick stand is down and transmission is in gear?
It took some doing to figure out the kill function stock, and given the assumption that the Dyna ignition unit operates in the reverse of the stock system (stock it has to see a ground to disable the kill function as opposed to the Dyna unit that kills when the Orange wire is grounded) I figured out a relay type inverter that should do the trick. One glitch, however -- the stock system has a clutch switch wire that (I assume) prevents the ignition kill when in neutral and the clutch is pulled in. In this case that would kill the ignition whenever the clutch was pulled in neutral. The clutch switch wires need to be shorted together to prevent this. Other than that this circuit should work. The Green / White wire is connected the relay coil, the Dyna unit Orange wire to the common contact, and the normally closed contact is grounded.
Here's the circuit:Side stand down ignition kill.jpg
The current across the contacts is minimal, so a miniature 12V relay would serve nicely.
That's it for now.
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On the other hand, if it has not been done never assume it is impossible to do it.
------- Rob --------