And if anyone has a right side case they can part with I need a replacement (huge crack).
Well now that I have my CL350 finished (aside from little tweaks and tuning) I am turning my attention to a little bike for my kids (and me ).
So starts project Duckie Mo-Mo. The name was derived from my daughter who remarked that its candy yellow color is like a duck and Mo-Mo is how she used to pronounce motorcycle (momocycle).
So when I picked it up for $120 it was a real basket cask. Parts in cardboard bins and a rolling chassis. There are numerous NOS parts for the build that the PO bought but he ran out of time and enthusiasm.
So over the weekend I started to tear down the motor and clean. Having just rebuilt my CL350 I was much more comfortable ripping this one apart and splitting the cases. Only took about 2 hours to split.
And with a bunch of elbow grease and lots of solvents it is now cleaned and ready to put back together. Just have to wait on a bunch of parts I just ordered and this motor will be rebuilt quickly. In all about 10 hours.
Well a little update. Ive been reading a ton on the electrics for this little bike. Since this is a 6Volt system I wanted to upgrade it to 12Volt so I don't have to hunt all over for obsolete parts and such and I can use a Trail Tech Vapor. Heres the issue. On this bike there are spots for two Stator coils under the magneto. One for points ignition and charging and one for lights. In order for this to work I've been told that i need to upgrade to a 12v crank, flywheel, stator assembly, CDI module, magneto and a new reg/rec to handle the 12V. All of this will cost about $250+ that I don't want to spend.
So heres is my question - could I wire both of the Stator coils together (via a floating ground they mentioned) through a 12V reg/rec and then drive the ignition coils, batter charging and lights/accessories all out of the reg/rec output??
Here is the wiring diagram -
Here is the configuration of the coils - one on the right is the lighting coil.
Here is a diagram that looks similar to what I think it should look like
Are you looking for the outer right side case? If so, maybe this will help. Honda CT70 Engine Clutch Cover Case Right Side CT 70 3 Speed Automatic | eBay
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I upgraded an XL185 stock engine stator to run 12vt. by swapping-out the stock oem 6vt. reg/rect. and installing a 5-wire 12vt. reg/rect. from SparkMoto(Matt)which runs all my electrics and charges the 12vt. battery I installed,everything except the headlight.I think the CT70 also has a separate headlight only function in the stator coil that runs the headlight direct from the stator even if your battery is dead/gone.. I have that feature on my XL185 stock stator also(which I'm still using and getting good 12vt. power from)and I purchased a "12vt. regulator" from Matt and wired it directly in-series to the wire coming from the stator going to the headlight circuit/switch and that runs a 12vt. headlight direct from my AC alternator/stator;I run a 35/35wt. 12vt. headlight.
Have you asked Matt over there at SparkMoto this same question ?
That pic you uploaded of the stator coils,are they stock Honda on your present bike ?
Last edited by bilbikek411; 11-30-2016 at 09:26 AM.
Hey Bill - that is not a picture of my bike parts. That is just a stock photo showing the setup since mine is completely apart. I have not approached Matt at Sparck yet to go over this but from my simple descriptions I think that it should work. I would just have to re-wind the lighting coil to produce the voltage into a reg/rec then work in the sparking mechanism through the CDI to the ignition coil.
My hope was to prove the concept and then do all of the work myself so I don't spend a huge amount of money. I want to keep it less than $80 to do it all if at all possible.
HA! ... love the name! ... my daughter has a yellow rain slicker that she refers to as Duckie MoMo! ...
Curtis, give ctrider a PM. He's into those CT's. He might have some good sources for parts and advice for you.
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