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Unread 04-14-2010, 06:03 PM   #71
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I am finally making some progress so here are a few pics of what is done so far.


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Looking good!! I'm pretty close to being right behind you. I will be finishing up the frame repair this weekend and mounting all the hardware. I will post some pic's of my work this weekend.

I'm excited to see how this thing runs!!!! Can't wait..
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Unread 04-14-2010, 06:44 PM   #72
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It runs great! That's how it will run
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Unread 04-14-2010, 07:10 PM   #73
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I've got a quick question, I cannot read the info on my motor and I am having trouble figuring out which bolt is a1,a2,s1,s2. I looked around on the forum, but i cant seem to find the info. It is an early 80's cc I assume its the original motor. Thanks!!!
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Looking good!! I'm pretty close to being right behind you. I will be finishing up the frame repair this weekend and mounting all the hardware. I will post some pic's of my work this weekend.

I'm excited to see how this thing runs!!!! Can't wait..
I had to clean 25+ years of dirt and corrossion off of my frame it took 8 hrs and 3 wire wheels but I think it is worth it. Cant wait to see the pics.
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I had to clean 25+ years of dirt and corrossion off of my frame it took 8 hrs and 3 wire wheels but I think it is worth it. Cant wait to see the pics.
Your frame looks great!! I have problems with the bat area as the corrosion has eaten much of the aluminum. I'm in the last bit of cutting the old stuff out and replacing it with new. Also grinding the good pieces and cleaning the good pieces.

Did you get your answer for the positions on your motor? I can read mine but not sure they are the same. Mine is a 91'
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Your frame looks great!! I have problems with the bat area as the corrosion has eaten much of the aluminum. I'm in the last bit of cutting the old stuff out and replacing it with new. Also grinding the good pieces and cleaning the good pieces.

Did you get your answer for the positions on your motor? I can read mine but not sure they are the same. Mine is a 91'
Not yet and I am not sure either,if you get a chance snap a picture this weekend and post it. I am planning to wire mine up sunday afternoon. Thanks
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If you look at the wire diagrams in the stickies it is clear on one of em .....
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Gonna be mounting controller and stuff this weekend now..

Before and after pic's.

One thing I just realized tonight after blisters on my finger. Forgot to drill holes in new bat pieces for the battery holder pieces between the batteries..

Should be able to drill some holes at an angle if I can't get one of my smaller drills in the space. Looks pretty good to me any way. Thanks to everyone that has helped me with the info. I now have a battery compartment that will last for a good long time..
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Gsf35099,

looks great!!!!
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looks great!!!!
Thanks, jkeisel.
Glad that things are starting to come together for the two of us..

I need to run to the hardware store first thing in the morning for mounting hardware and start mounting the controller, solenoid, converter, on-board charger. Still working to figure out how to mount the throttle. Need to find a good option for the mount and extension like what you and 88 did.
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