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Rhino 700 fi Wiring Harness

I'm getting ready to try something interesting and want to make sure i have all my duckies in a row before starting it. Currently I have a Rhino Clone. Great UTV but the electrical system sucks and i know just from working on mine that the only thing that really separates the two is the electrical.... & where its made but we dont have to get into that....

So for the bennche wiring system you have two different main harnesses. One is EFI which runs directly from the ECU to the Motor. There is a second harness that runs from all the other electronics (lights, 4wd, cluster, ect) to the ecu but also runs to a box up front that looks like the CDI box but is really only a fuse box.

What i want to do is get rid of the ecu, fake CDI, and wiring harness and go back with a rhino wiring harness and cdi. I know that all the sensors on the motor have the same plug because as i changed each sensor i went back with rhino. same with lights and everything else. all the same plug.

My question is, does rhino have the same setup where the Fuel Injection harness is separate from the main electrical harness?

I just want to see what all i need to get to try this out. If it works then i can finally do some performance upgrades with the electrical system...
So far the only thing i have found to not be so reliable is the electronics on this machine.

2012 Bennche BigHorn 700EFI (Rhino Clone)
25" ITP Mudlites W/2" Lift
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC08...2Pw8Ri52nLR9tQ (YouTube Channel)
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