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That's exactly what I did when I installed the keyless ignition system on my bike. I didn't want to cut into the stock wiring so I grabbed a couple of OEM connectors and made up a short bridging harness to tap into the kill switch wiring. The right handlebar switch uses a 6-way connector. It worked a treat but in the end I may have been better off using Posi-Tap connectors and saved myself a bunch of work.
I also had to hook up to the turn signals, but the lack of turn signal relay meant that tapping into that left handlebar connector wouldn't function the way I needed so I had to find a different answer.
It's amazing how fast you can go when you take your time.
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