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I dont need comments on why Do I need remote start on a Bike. You are entitled to your opinion and me with mines. Its Cool. I have it on my truck and its just a convience. I know living in Hawaii, Warm ups arent a problem.
Any whoo. I have a Two way Alarm System. Made for Motorcycles. I have it Hooked up fine except The damm remote start Boggles me.
The wires on the diagram i need help with are the (BLUE) Starter and the (pink)Flame Out-near lock and the (grey) Flame out-car body

What is the Flame out Wire?(both) What is the Starter wire? I only see a Ground comming off the starter. It goes to the relay. which is a cluster of 4 wires and two side saddle fuses.

I tried a few ways to no avail. when I click remote start, I hear the fuel pump and The all the lights come on.
I know the flame out wires must be for the anti theft thingy, allows you to stop the bike if someone drives off on it. So Id imagine its on the ignition. The Switch? or the relay ?

I tried with the Blue to the Blue of the starter relay, but still no remote start.

The flame out as I said, Must go to the Switch ( Run /Stop) I will try that one tomorrow. But where for the starter?

You will Probally only know the answer if you installed this sort of alarm before. Or you are Motorcycle savy. I am knoleged in many things, however, this is my first bike. Dont wanna burn the Computer or anything. So Please No scarcastic comments, just the answers I need. Or a direction to go.

I have looked at the Manuals diagrams online, but they are to techie for me.
so no links to those are necessary.

Help. Sorry so long............



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the wire from the starter to the relay has got to be positive. it may rest at ground when the starter is not engagued but it has got to go positive when the starter is engagued. because the motor is grounded and the starter is mounted to the motor that is where it gets its ground from. the relay that the wire goes to is the Starter relay. i would be willing to bet that if u tested the wires on the relay you will find one wire that is connected to your starter button(goes positive when you hit your starter button on the clipons) that is probably the wire that i would grab to engague the starter. now as far as the "flame" wire... i have no idea. i really only deal with DEI stuff (viper and python) so i have never heard of that ever. also if the alarm that you have does not have remote start built into the brain then you will have to build your own relay packs to get it to start. now i am not trying to hate on you for putting a remote start on your bike but you are aware that if you leave it in gear and try to start it, it will drive off the kickstand and fall over on the ground. or if anyone walks by(while u are not around) and unknowingly kicks your bike into gear, then you remote start it then it will be on the ground too. just a FYI. good luck on the install and know that a Digital Multimeter and Test light are the best tools ever for alarm installs.
 
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