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650 V-twin with carburetor.

I want to totally get rid of the KEBC system and the belt tripping switch.

Is it possible to use a drive system cover from the KFX700 instead ?
Is it a 100 % direct fit 100% plug-n-play ?

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The kfx700 cover will work fine.
 

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Yes, like dman66 says, it will fit fine. The exhaust angle is a little different as I recall.. and you will still have to deal with the electrical aspects but..you won't be the first..lol
 

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You can disable it by removing the fork and unplugging everything. Unless you're specifically going for the cleaner look of the kfx700 cover?
 

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I bought the delete kit. Done.
 

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The air outlet angle is a little different as I recall.
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Anyone who can confirm this ?
Anyone have pictures of what it looks like when you change to a KFX700 fan cover ?
You can disable it by removing the fork and unplugging everything.
Unless you're specifically going for the cleaner look of the KFX700 cover ?
I want both better foot space and a cleaner look.
I bought the delete kit. Done.
Where can you buy this delete kit ?
Do you have a web link ?
What parts are needed ?
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Brute Force - Prairie Kebc Delete + Hole Cover Combo

This is all you need. It's simple to install.
👍 ....Nice product, but do I really need that gizmo for $ 90 ? 🤔

1. If I just disconnect the belt tripping switch electrical connector ---> The engine will go into limp mode ---> Can be resolved permanently with a simple jumper of the connector.
2. If I just disconnect the KEBC electrical connector ---> The engine will not go into limp mode.

Or is it something I have missed or misunderstood ? 🤔
 

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So you'll spend whatever a 700 clutch cover costs plus dick around wiring in a relay and try to make it waterproof, but you don't want to spend $90 on a plug and play delete kit that you can uninstall if you choose, and put the KEBC back in if you wanted to? That makes absolutely no sense to me. Read some older threads on deleting the KEBC and you'll see why that delete kit is the way to go, as it is a little more involved than just jumping a couple wires.
 
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