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    750 Sei Fuse block

    I am working on a 76 750 Sei for a local collector. This bike is very clean and beautifully restored. The fuse block is in bad shape, I soldered in an inline main fuse but, the charging system isn't working. I could bypass the block and solder the field wires together but, I don't like the idea of cutting up the harness. Are there replacements fuse blocks available? Thanks in advance for any advise. Joe

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    Yep, these are available from a couple of suppliers for around £25

    Check out the suppliers list in the Classics area

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    Hi,
    I bought my fuse box from Detlef of Benelli spares in Germany.It is four fuse box, that is all you need ,and it seems very solid to me.There is need for making an extra plate to mount new fuse box as the original one is not available any more,and the new one is shorter.
    Cheers Jerzy

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    Fuse block

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    This block worked for me
    Tom

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    Original Benelli 750 sei fuse boxes are not available anymore.But better quality and stronger,high temperature resistant fuse boxes can be obtain from other manufacturers.Also charging systems are better these days and can deliver much higher power supply.Therefore originally rated fuses need to be changed for the right ones according to specifics and needs for the bike's electrics using new charging system.In case of EnDuraLast 450 W charging system a 30A fuse is used to protect the wiring.A battery should read 12.7v as a sign of healthy battery voltage level ,and when it drops to 12,2V it should be replaced.Bosch charging system of 70' used in Benelli 750 sei's is not really up to today's standards. That is why I opted for Brushless Charging System for worry free while riding my bike.
    Cheers
    Jerzy

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    I know a very old post.
    But where did you source this fuseblock?

    Mark

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    This block worked for me
    Tom

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    Mark....... I used one with modern blade fuses. I bought it on EBay for almost nothing and it worked perfectly. Do you want a photo or have you solved this already?

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    I think I have something, but a photo would certainly be appreciated. I always like to see how others solved issues.

    thanks
    mark
    1978 Benelli sei, 1973 Benelli 250 SuperSport, 1968 Benelli Dynamo Trail, various OSSAs, Betas

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    Mark....... trying to add the photo of what I used. Not it is on a hardwood block, painted black. About 1” thick, to make it more accessible.can’t seem to get the photo! See my previous posts and you will find it.......

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