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Ignition pickup, plug wires, carbs, and throttle cables, then I can run it from a bottle. The tank needs lots of "love" - rusty inside, one dent. Need to save up enough $$ (not spend any on Pantah) to have the bodywork and paint done.
If you need any ignition bits my 500 Morini has been swapped to a Sasche coil ignition, the original transducers and cam pickup are redundant to me, PM me if you can use them. I have kept the stator for charging the battery. Good luck with the tank, I hate rust! I am using diluted muriatic acid these days to attack stubborn rust but its serious crap and the usual precautions from breathing the fumes are essential.Looking forward to your startup report!
A little over a month later... Two beautifully crafted throttle cables arrived yesterday. I had hoped to install them today, but it looks like I'll be doing snow removal (again!) instead.
That is an excellent candidate for 3D printing, you could market them!
I am going to get scans done of the Morini stator coil spools.
Hi Charlie. Itís been great watching this build. I donít know Moto Morinis at all, but if the electronic ignition is the same Bosch setup as the v50ii, I have a complete system thatís yours for the asking. I went to a Sachse system. Ben
Cables are on and fit very nicely. But, the job didn't go totally smoothly - I cracked the plastic block that holds the cables at the throttle. Looks like mine had previous been cracked and glued, it's not looking any better now. These are notoriously difficult to find and I was fearing a lengthy wait before I could find one and get the bike running (soon). Then I remembered that my Ducati uses the same switch/throttle assembly as the later electric start Morinis. Could it be the same as the one for the metal bodied, no switch throttle? Yes, yes it is. Now I just need to find one for my Pantah. It would be nice to have one made of aluminum, but 3D printing might be easiest.
Glad to see progress, I was getting worried 😉Your build is motivating me to finally pull the motor out of 3-1/2 and rebuild it this winter.
I have a replacement seat cover from the original manufacturer of the seat. Anyone following will have no doubt what's ahead of them.
Lookin great Charlie! Are you going to paint it a red / black scheme as per one of the early year series?
No, back to the same (original) color and pinstriping that's on it now.
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