Who can re-wire my 1986 Yamaha Virago?

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by Jones, Sep 20, 2006.

  1. Jones

    Jones Guest

    Need electrical work done on my Virago. Would like wiring to be discreet
    and out of sight .... custom type. Everything else is ready to go!
    Any constructive suggestions (no.... I will not burn it, dump it, break
    it, pay someone to take it away etc. etc.) please.
    Jones, Sep 20, 2006
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  2. Jones

    Cane Guest

    Cane, Sep 20, 2006
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  3. Jones

    Beav Guest

    Pay someone to re-wire it. Someone who's adept at electrickery. These people
    are usually knocking around in "Yellow Pages", "Thompsons Local".

    Mind you, if you said where you are, how much you're prepared to pay and
    when the bike can be made available, you might even get a sensible answer.
    (emphasis on "might")


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    Beav, Sep 20, 2006
  4. Jones

    Timo Geusch Guest

    .... not to mention what kind of electrickery he's looking for. Like,
    original but custom wired, minimal wiring, etc.
    Timo Geusch, Sep 20, 2006
  5. Jones

    Beav Guest

    Like what he said yer mean? :)


    VN 750
    Zed 1000
    OMF# 19
    Beav, Sep 20, 2006
  6. Jones

    JB Guest

    How much are you *seriously* expecting to pay? I've done several chops and
    specials, but the owners of these were prepared to pay for a decent job.
    There's no point at all in going down this road unless you have a *very*
    clear idea of what you actually want and what you are prepared to cough up
    for. Bear in mind that even a back-street 'auto-electrician charges >£20/hr
    for even basic rewiring jobs on cars, and they are a piece of piss in
    If you are serious about this, let me know.



    (changing the green to blue of course).
    JB, Sep 20, 2006
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