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How i wire a GSX-R 600 year 2003 ignition

How do I wire a GSX-R 600 year 2003 ignition the key broke off in side so I drilled it out and all I have now is a bunch of wires and can't find a diagram online. I'm turning this bike into a rat rod and putting a switch with push start. after i figure this out now i have gas cap issues but would like to get it running first...

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There is a resistor inside the ignition on the black box you need, twist the RED and ORANGE wires, the orange wires are actually one wire split into two further down by the connector so cut the red and orange wires from here. you then need to join the ORANGE/YELLOW wire to one end of the resistor and the BLACK/WHITE wire to other end, clean up and protect with electrical tape and snip other two wires, you dont need them. now can you tell me what colour wires connect to each other on the right handle switch, i need to know the colours of the wires on the switch side where it connects to the main wiring harness (both sides plz say which is which!!) cheers mate

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