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Discussion Starter · #61 · (Edited)
Since I’m using an original ‘ON-OFF-ON’ handlebar switch, I decided to use the wire that would normally go to coil + and use that to activate a relay. Then feed the coils through that relay.
it is very easy to do right now and full power to coils is always good.

I also ran a relay so the updated alternator ‘sensor’ line can get full battery power, Not going through all the wiring and switches etc.
getting rid of the stock alternator regulator/recitifier and fusebox gave me more room anway.
 

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I guess I never posted these.
Installing piston and rods into cylinder, then cylinder onto top case, drop in crank
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Made up some clear labels for the new style fusebox.
I added two relays
1- coil ‘IN’ wire triggering relay to supply full battery voltage to new alternator
2- Coil power triggered by same ‘IN’ coil wire. Assuring full power to coils (will power new ignition from this too.
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