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  1. Electrical Discussion
    I have been repairing my wiring harness 1971 sL 175 for three days now. Upon studying the diagram I can see all the symbols for ground, but I’m not sure how many ground cables to frame I need besides the battery to top right motor mount grounding cable. There’s also a ground in the headlight...
  2. Electrical Discussion
    I’ve worked out the proper lithium-ion battery size that will work with the Rick’s set. It’s a Shorai LFZ14A2-BS12 (14ah). I’ve designed a battery box in Adobe Illustrator that will work with no modification to the bike frame. Features a designated box to hold the Shorai BS-12 size battery...
  3. Electrical Discussion
    I am currently building a cafe racer out of a 1972 cb350 twin. And I run all LED lights and a a Ricks Rectifier and Regulator hooked up. As of right now I making a wiring harness. I would like to run a main wire direct to the battery to the Ignition switch and then to my fuse box so everything...
  4. Electrical Discussion
    Hey Gang ... Just curious ... are the wiring harnesses interchangeable between the CB450 and the 500T? I would prefer to buy a new one (or make one) ... any resources available specific to the CB500T for the wiring harness? Much appreciated ... Bill
  5. Electrical Discussion
    Greetings Honda people! As promised in my introduction this will be my first project for my 85 rebel--fixing the wiring the PO so graciously dismembered for me! So lets start with the spaghetti left by this meatball: Mama Mia! All I wanted to do was remove the electronic speedo/tach that he...
  6. Electrical Discussion
    Hi all, I am building a 69 CL450 K2 and the wiring on it is really rough. There are some after market harnesses on eBay for a CB450 K0. Could I modify it to fit my bike? Should I build my own? I'm new to motorcycles and the forum. Any and all help is appreciated. Thanks! Ryan
  7. Member Introductions
    Hi everyone! I've been using the forums a lot since picking up this CB175, so I thought I'd better introduce myself. I recently moved to Central Texas and thought it would be the perfect time to get my first motorcycle. I knew this one wasn't in perfect condition, but of course some of the the...
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