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312RR cable routing issue

Hi all! I have a concern regarding a part of the electric wiring that is beeing damaged because it rubes against the front brake lines (I believe)
Is there another route for this cable to prevent it from further damage? or any other solution?
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Hi Nico.

The manuals show precise details with diagrams of the cable runs.

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Hi Nico.

The manuals show precise details with diagrams of the cable runs.

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Hi Joe. Thanks for your reply. I looked at the manual and if I understood correctly the cables are supposely in the appropiate route. I wonder if anyone has had this issue. The electric harnes is peeling as you can see on the picture. I´ll probably tape it up and keep an eye on it.
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Hi Joe. Thanks for your reply. I looked at the manual and if I understood correctly the cables are supposely in the appropiate route. I wonder if anyone has had this issue. The electric harnes is peeling as you can see on the picture. I´ll probably tape it up and keep an eye on it.

Sounds like a good plan Nico : )

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Sounds like a good plan Nico : )

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The cables are routed correctly so I supposed the only and quickest solution to prevent further damage was taping them up. I used just enough electric tape to cover up that part and I`ll just keep an eye on it.
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The cables are routed correctly so I supposed the only and quickest solution to prevent further damage was taping them up. I used just enough electric tape to cover up that part and I`ll just keep an eye on it.
I do similar Nico on various bikes if I feel it may be abraded.

I like cloth tapes..MV also use cloth tape on later models..

Main thing is to protect the wires without making the bundle too rigid .

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