After removing the seat, tank and ignition switch (You do have a factory service manual don't you?), two tricky tasks present themselves. First, the plug connecting the ignition switch to the main wire loom must be relocated rearward. The space between the frame rails is packed surprisingly tight. To avoid damaging wires, resist the urge to use a screwdriver or some other metal tool to pry the loom away from the frame. The trickiest part of this operation is the unwrapping of the wire loom. Be careful with the wire cutters when making the incision on the tape wrap! Once the tape is cleared from the area, the ignition switch wireswith one exceptioncan be separated from the loom, gaining the length needed to move the connector far enough rearward to facilitate the new switch location. The kit includes a premeasured extension to crimp to the one wire that must be cut. For an extra measure of security, the connections could be soldered.