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Electrical / Re: CL175 electrical issue
« Last post by redrover on Today at 01:37:50 »
Multimeter results:

Battery at terminals: 12.4V

Either sides of the fuse terminal: 11.96V and 11.88V

Ignition switch: OFF position - Only red wire gets power (11.75V)
Ignition switch: ON position - Red and black wires get power (red 11.70V and black 11.65V)

Should the brown and brown/white wires from from ignition switch be getting power too?

If the coil or condenser is fried... Would the headlight/horn still work?

Wondering what else I can do to diagnose?
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Electrical / CL175 electrical issue
« Last post by redrover on Today at 01:29:19 »
So I got my hands on this CL175 from a neighbor who had it in his garage for like 5 years.

I replaced the coil, plugs, wires, condenser, rebuilt the carbs... Got it running great. Then unfortunately didnít touch it for about six months while life happened, and focused on other bikes with any time I did have.

Now, when I turn the key... Itís like the battery is dead (no power to the system).

While looking around and inspecting what it could be, I noticed that now the green Neautral light was on! I tried starting the bike... It would not start.

I tried to turn on the headlight to see if it worked... Right when I hit the headlight switch, the green neatrual light turned off, and back to no power.

Any ideas on what it could be?
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Trackers / Re: xs650 Sumotrack
« Last post by cb250nproject on Today at 01:25:16 »
Such a wicked build definitely following


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Electrical / Re: CB450 wonít start with kick (but electric works)
« Last post by redrover on Today at 01:21:22 »
So the bike still like to only start with a kickstart when warmed up... When cold, no way.

Also, the when I have the bike in Neautral (green light on), the kill switch will turn that light off, but the bike keeps running.

Anyone know where the connection is that splits off to the coils, but after the Neautral green light connection?
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What seals do you have on your inspection caps Patrik? I just have o rings. Maybe should buy the V3 seals off Neale Videan  here in Aus. I don't need to lose any caps. You've done really well though. Cheers Brian

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Other Projects / Re: What did you build this week?
« Last post by ridesolo on Jun 23, 2018, 23:38:48 »
Thanks. Even Better after grout I hope. Lot of work but really dresses up the kitchen 

Yes, it looks very good.  I used the same tiles to do the surround on my fireplace:



And had enough left over to do the fireplace in the trailer as well:

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Cafe Racers / Re: CJ360 Build (my first)
« Last post by MiniatureNinja on Jun 23, 2018, 22:38:30 »
I thinkit's going to be pretty awesome when it's done  8)

yea I really love that color, certainly considered the "oil patina" color but stuck with boring ol black.

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Cafe Racers / Re: 75 CB360 - bad omen "yatagarasu" build
« Last post by MiniatureNinja on Jun 23, 2018, 22:34:00 »
Nice bud, also in the event you decide not to use the fork brace and look to unload it.  I am your man.   ;D

do you need one? I have 3!
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Trackers / Re: 1974 CB360 Fallin' Ditch Hell Ride
« Last post by irk miller on Jun 23, 2018, 22:31:22 »
Yea the copper negative part looks to thread into hole.  If it just had a female end i could plug my meter lead into it and not mess w clip jumpers.

Ill get a pic when I get to work on Monday.  As my home fluke has cheapy leads that dont actually come apart to swap out the ends. like my good leads do.
I still don't understand why you would want this to plug into a Fluke or any electronic meter.  This is nothing more than a +/- make the light go on kind of thing.  It tests a line to confirm power.  That's why it works for static timing.
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Trackers / Re: 1974 CB360 Fallin' Ditch Hell Ride
« Last post by trek97 on Jun 23, 2018, 22:24:34 »
Yea the copper negative part looks to thread into hole.  If it just had a female end i could plug my meter lead into it and not mess w clip jumpers.

Ill get a pic when I get to work on Monday.  As my home fluke has cheapy leads that dont actually come apart to swap out the ends. like my good leads do.
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