Hey guys, my keys fell out of my ignition on the bike the other night (don't ask!) and I don't have a spare as I haven't had it that long. I was able to wheel it to a caravan park of all places, where we knew some people staying there. Unfortunately due to poor series of events I was unable to secure a trailer or ute to transport it back to my place, so I took my trusty service manual and a bag of tools over there today to try and nut out how to bypass the ignition barrel wiring. Long story short, I succeeded and managed to start the bike. I turned it off after I successfully started it so that I could organise the trip home. After I tried to restart it, it wouldn't fire. What I have done so far: Wired the White +ve wire to the Br (Junction box supplies) and Gy (igniter) wires. This worked first time around and the bike started. My question to you all is, does the igniter have a resistor or some kind of voltage reduction in the ignition barrel, or does it use the full 12V? It seems that the igniter has had it, or something along those lines... Any help much appreciated.