Question about 2002 Yamaha XVS 1100 Dragstar Classic

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Dear Sir/Madam could you please provide explanation on the folowing? here are fuses description for Yamaha Dragstar 1100 classic, and I am not sure what they exactly stand for... -spare ( this one I understand) -park (for parking lights?) -back up (for rear lights?) -ignition (for ignition system?) -signal (for turn signalling lights?) -head (for head light?) -carb heater (this one I understand) -ignitor (I really don't know what this one is for...) thanks in advance for clear explanation what this fuses names mean. yours sincerely Mart

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Yes, your assumptions are all correct. As for the (ignitor) i am not sure.... would (ignition) be a better spelling?? if so it is for the ignition system (power and ability) to start the engine. If not then I would have to bet that is for some aspect of the ignition system.

You could also check the operator manual...if you don't have...do a search for manuals of for your specific model and year. they are all over the internet.
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Jerry

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SOURCE: 1100 Dragstar Fitting Straight Pipes

We have changed a few bikes from standard pipes to drag pipes. Their is a few considerations here, sea level or at what altitude, how much back pressure. so my suggestion rather take it before fitting the pipes to someone with a dyno, run and record the test, then have the pipes fitted, and let the same shop to the test again on there dyno, they will then know what to do with the jetting, because you should achieve better results with your new pipes.

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SOURCE: 2002 Yamaha R1 headlights not

my friend you have a short in your wiring harness. The best way to do a mini check is take your fairings off and start jiggling wires. Usually, if there is a short the lights and/or blinkers will blink.....otherwise your bulbs could be blown. If the harness is shorted go to your dealer or someone capable of fixing the problem( you probably can do it) hope this helps you...good luck!!

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