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Lesson learned again, 40 year old bike and everything and I do mean everything needs to be disassembled, checked, cleaned, replaced etc.....
Crazy to see the many subtle variations of the same part. Did you have to build-up somehow the slide/wall you machined out?What do those slide walls go over? I don't have a carb in front of me, and my brain isn't pulling up any recent memories of what that carb body looks like in those spots.
The idle speed screw fits into one of the cut out ramps that is next to the tab to be machined back. I don't know why Dellorto cut a ramp on each side of the slide.
Ah, that's it. The ramp for the needle, makes sense. Having it on each side is likely to accommodate the same barrel/part for both D or S (right or left) carb bodies. Will the steep ramp like that be a problem? Will you need to have a fatter, more rounded (blunt) adjustment needle tip?I think they exist, probably because of these variations...
I removed the terminal connectors from the alternator wire harness to slide the reproduction rubber boot over the loom, SNIPConnected the alternator wires to the terminalsSNIPWaiting on parts to finish a lot of jobs off, hopefully they arrive next week.
HiPopular wisdom reckons it's a good idea to rotate the alternator stator by 120° such that the brush holder moves from the 12 o'clock position to the 8 o'clock position.When it is in the 12 o'clock position riding over a bump can cause the brushes to momentarily break contact with the sliprings and this is not a good thing. I think this is also mentioned in Guzziology?Doing this will also give the extra length of the wiring somewhere to go.regardsThomas
I would not presume to pick anything you have done.Is the turn indicator lens upside down for a reason.
I would not presume to pick anything you have done.Is the turn indicator lens upside down for a reason ? This is the best thread I've ever seen on this topic, and thank you for your guidance.Huzo.
The fact remains that if your tutorial is followed, similar results should be achievable,
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