Originally Posted by Orangeman
I am more than willing to learn, could you please show me ........
The challenge was for you to support flawed theory, not for me to support mine
However, here it is:
slightly different revision (fuel pump relay added)* but the salient part is the same - as it is on virtually all the FI Triumphs
The current flow path is in bold red with 'conventional' current indicated by the arrows; the ignition power circuit goes through the key-switch then out through the fuse directly to the Kill/Run switch - note that there are no other off-shoots* between the Key-Switch and the Kill/Run switch - as stated, these switches are directly in series and breaking either does exact same thing. NONE of the other poles on the key-switch has anything to do with the ignition circuit.
* I acknowledge that on the later revision they added the ignition feed off the key-switch directly to the Fuel pump relay - this does not change anything as far as shut-down sequence goes.
That input to the FP relay could equally be un-switched (constant) power - in order to supply the pump itself, the control comes from the ECM on the 'low' side of the coil.
Note that shutting off the Fuel pump alone however does not kill the bike - there is still Fuel Pressure in the Rail.
Also note that regardless of there still being power to the input side of the Fuel Relay Pole, the ignition power to the coil (the Red/Green) comes from the output side of the Kill/Run switch (via the Alarm interlock) - so turning off either the Kill OR the ignition will shut off the FP relay regardless of what the low side of the coil is doing, or whether the input pole is powered or not