Is it damaging to the bike to run it without fuses? - MVAgusta.net
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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-03-2018, 07:07 AM Thread Starter
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Is it damaging to the bike to run it without fuses?

Hi all, I want to take my 2015 F3 800 to do some trackdays, and I was wondering, is it damaging at all in anyway if you take out the fuses for the signals and lights and run it that way? Was gonna take off the mirrors and unscrew the plate holder (I'm putting in an integrated rear light / turn signals) and just keep it neat and tidy for the trackdays. Thanks!

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No harm done by removing fuses (removing unnecessary electrical circuits). Take them out with confidence.

However, when I pulled the headlight fuse on my Brutale the engine would not start. Have to physically disconnect the headlight plug instead. You may have the same kind of experience.
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