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Got a buddy who has what appears to be a terminator minI chopper, it Was just sitting around waiting to be repaired. His buddy’s ex wife snipped all the wires. He bought a new harness but it doesn’t exactly match up. I got tired of it taking up space in the shop so now it’s sitting in my garage trying to figure this electrical out.

Maybe one of y’all can help identify where to find a wiring diagram for this thing. got most of the plugs handled I think and pretty sure the ones left are for lights and brake switch. But I still have a 9 pin connector with pink, red, red/yellow, black, black/white, and green wires. That plug seems slightly important.

I’ll try to post some pictures and see if I can get some assistance on this.
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Do you have the coil and cdi box hooked up that's where I whould start once you get spark and have a running condition then wire up the rest of the stuff
 

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Thanks Mr. Kitty. I was able to trace everything out and crossed my fingers and pulled the battery from my R1 and got it to send spark. So I cleaned out the carb and then ran a little high octane out of my tank from the R1 into a bottle. Got the mini chopper to fire up. Slapped on the throttle cable and set the idle. Purrs like a kitten now.
Guess the rest of the wiring harness is for lights.

Odd ball question. I see some bikes are 2 stroke some are 4 stroke. Any way to identify so the piston head don’t get burnt up? I ran maybe 4-5 tablespoons of high octane through it so it shouldn’t of done anything bad to it.
 

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figured I would post up the videos of it running. I think all of us mechanics get that little feeling of joy when your project makes it to the next step of a build.


 

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Basically it's a Honda 4 stroke clone pit bike engine you can delete the rest of the harness and wire it up like a real chopper or try to get the china stuff working sounds good and don't forget to keep checking your oil
 

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Thanks bud. I talked to my buddy and looks like he would like the lights functional. So I’ll be going through the wiring to try to get all that setup and going. Kind of wish I had some sort of schematics to go off of on this wiring harness. It looks like it’s an ATV harness due to the light configuration from the harness.
 

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There was never a schematic created because the Chinese just use random colored wires to make their harnesses when the roll runs dry they just use some other randome color the harnesses are just built on two by fours with nails in them so they can easily make changes and use different random accessory parts like solenoids relays CDI boxes some of them have the electronic signal flasher some of them have the old school clicker flasher and other various random components that they get in stock all done with child labor. Good luck to you and if you keep at it and use your meter you can get it all working 👍
 

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I’ve been working so much lately I might find time soon to get on the bike. But for now it’ll sit waiting to get done.
 
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