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Old 02-12-2010, 11:25 AM   #16
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if i put my broke 4x4 actuator (the magnets are broke) in place of the kebc actuator after doing this mod....and then put my working kebc actuator on the diff.....will i get power to use the 4wd switch and have 4wd....thanks
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Old 02-12-2010, 11:38 AM   #17
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If your KEBC is not going to work anyway, do this mod, then take the working parts of both actuators and make your 4wd actuator work.
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Old 02-12-2010, 12:25 PM   #18
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ok thanks...i went and read it......so all that does is to get the indacator to work with out the kebc....my question is will the actuater make the diff go into 4wd with just by doin the swap that i stated above...
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Old 02-12-2010, 12:40 PM   #19
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You will probably get the flashing 2WD/4WD indicator on the dash because the KEBC will not be working. I'm pretty sure the 4WD system will not work either unless you do the mod listed above or repair both actuators.
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Old 10-04-2010, 07:29 AM   #20
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went on my first good ride yesterday after doing this mod, i gotta say, the kebc is pretty much unnececary. i was with another 650 brute the whole time, and there were only 1-2 spots where his would crawl slower, and mine was way smoother to rip through the trails, has way more low end snap to it, and doesnt wine as loud. if only kawie would make the kebc with a knob so you can turn the amount of braking force up and down and off.








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Did this mod today does anyone know if its safe to leave the bearing on the primary where the KEBC fork use to ride?

Hope it cant come out and mess everything up. Noticed maybe a small increase in power off the line but nothing special.....yet to take it on a good ride and test.








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Old 10-13-2010, 05:51 AM   #22
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I left the bearing in mine and I did this several years ago. I've never heard of anyone's bearing coming out after doing this. Yours will probably be the first ever. lol
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Old 10-13-2010, 02:36 PM   #23
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I did this mod a few weeks ago and i am very pleased.. noticeable improvement from dead stop. Before mod: I had to stand up and throw myself down on the seat to bring the front end straight up.. After mod: Seated position and just pull the bars and i can set her on the back rack.. definitely climbs out the whole better now...

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I'm trying to completely do away with my KEBC but it doesn't specify which SPDT relay to get and really does not explain how to wire it up any help would be welcomed.








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^i would say i'd send you a pre-wired relay, but I forgot I put it on txdads brute. The mod is actually very easy to do if your reading through the how to and looking at your bike while doing so. I think it may have taken me 20 mins to do his, and I think we even stopped for a beer break lol.

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Yeah I know it will be simple I just went to get the relay the other day and their are 3 different ones what voltage does it need to be and which wires do I tie into exactly? That just was not made clear to me in the how tos








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just to clarify here. This will stop the 2wd/4wd light from flashing back and forth?








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just to clarify here. This will stop the 2wd/4wd light from flashing back and forth?
No you would have to completely bypass the entire kebc actuator for there to be any effect on the electronics.

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