Despite having a full toolkit; the instructions for her electrical system; and spare parts, they failed to steal her in any useful way.
I managed to get her working using the things that they had not stolen from her panniers:
- a Allan Key (used to test the state of the battery by shorting the starter relay).
- A bolt and nut to fix the number plate
- A replacement Fuse
It turns out that they had blown the main fuse; so once I had re-attached the two wires that normal attach to an ignition switch together; and changed the fuse; all that remained was to acquire some insulation tape to make the connection good; and replace the fuse.
The only parts I need to replace to get her back to being road legal (Have driven her already):
- Some zip ties to re-aim my headlamp.
- A new Speedo Cable for a Yamaha SR125 .
And to make her harder to steal – a new key lock (at the moment I walk off with the fuse).