apologies again for tardy posting, but as last 8 or 9 months I have been doing almost nothing but electrics, there hasn't been a lot to report. When the horn stopped working I opened the switch and the wire had broken off. It was impossible to remove, found out later it was glued in. So bought a new switch that would cover all the missing functions. Not yet wired it in.
This is the perch for the back seat driver. Seat harness to be added. Small hoist wired in and functioning.
LED's all working
Was going to fit fuel gauge here, then found the hole in the shelter top panel, so filled it with a voltmeter. The red kill switch is for the hazard lights, a lengthy complication to the build but has to comply with regs. The original start switch on the right twistgrip had also failed, so added this one. The indicator light panel had been broken on arrival so replaced them with LED's. The panel is held on with mirror clamps.
Final tank work done. Sender works, fuel cap locks, tank well stuck in, and covered in vynil wrap.
Still got more electrics to do, kill switch, neutral switch and the electrical connections to the engine. Then the engine electrics, then hopefully time to add oil, water and fuel. One day
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'78 GL1000 Trike
1st bike: '58 150cc Ambassador 2 stroke. learned how to chuck it down the road
'31 BSA 500 single long stroke Sloper, dug out of a wall in Sussex, never went that well...
'49 Sunbeam S8, built from bits in '67, used daily, sold to a US biker in '84, still miss it
3 BSA Bantams, now a daughter has one
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