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Yep, you could actually lengthen the hose and mount it next to the instruments so you could monitor it as you rode. Then you could also run a separate ground wire to the block just to be sure it had the proper grounding.Maybe you could have a small lipstick camera focused on it as well so you can see if it leaks or anything while the bike is parked and your at work or whatever.Seem doable.Ciao
Is that a new model switch or does it have a 1" long adapter between engine case and switch.Part No ?Never mind I see the link to the NAPA part, it cant be any worse than the Guzzi one for sure.Am I right in thinking it has a thread adapter to 12mm from what?BTW welcome to the forumRoy
ITSec--any chance you have some kits layin' around?
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Thanks Huzo, just removing the nut/bolt gives enough room? I was thinking about just sliding the alternator back. I did this on the Griso (1100) , but it was 4 years ago, was a pain, but not this bad. Thanks for the heads up on the neutral indicator.
Yeah mate.Undo and remove the pinch bolt on the right (brake) side and remove the pivot bolt on the left (gear) side..You can damn near wave the thing around your head if you do that. The switch is sitting there like a pumpkin on your kitchen table....Simples...!
Someone's an old aircraft mechanic. What are the switch trigger points on that newer style switch?
Yep! Did 42 yrs as an Aircraft Engineer with BA, took Voluntary Redundancy last Aug.LENGTH : 41.25 mmSPANNER SIZE: 24OUTER THREAD : M12 x 1,5 mmNUMBER OF CONNECTORS / PORTS: 1FUNCTION: Oil Pressure SwitchSWITCH POINT TO: 0.5 barSWITCH POINT FROM: 0.2 barCOLOUR CODING: BlackTHREAD LENGTH : 12 mmIt's been on my 2009 Stelvio now for a couple of years, no issues.
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