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Wiring under seat and fairing

I recently got hit by a dumb ass and well long story short my 02 rc51 is in need of some repair. I've got the rear sub frame replaced and need to sort out where the wiring all goes. If so one could up load or send a pic of the wiring preferable with the rear fair and seat removed that would be awesome and I would be able to see where it all goes and what I might be missing
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Lots of guys will tell you to google rc51 manual. It is a free down load and will give you everything you need. However, I just kinda went through that similar situation so are you looking for the routing or what connectors go to what relays etc.?
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Yeah just routing really. I know im missing the converter unit on the right but everything else is there. Mostly concerned with routing and where the ecu is placed
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The ECU typically sits on the right side of the battery on SP2's.
Do you have the original SP2 rear harness?
Is it all bundled up like OEM, or is it a bunch of wires just going everywhere?
Normally the rear harness comes into the undertray on the front left side of the subframe, the ECU connectors cross over to the ECU right behind the battery, and the rest of the harness is routed alongside the inner left bottom of the subframe all the way back to the tail lights.

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Yes it's the stock harness. Thanks for the info I'll work on getting it together tonight. You wouldn't know where I can find a converter unit would you. Have had any luck on eBay and the dealer its 600.00 I'm surprised it's so much compared r the ecu
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Here's some pics from my 2004, that may help you out:
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Thanks for the pics. So it looks like most of the wires run along the outside left of the bottom tray.
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