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    1972 Yamaha LT2 Refresh

    Sadly didn't have the time or money to finish the bike :'( Being a college student sucks sometimes haha. Ended up getting an inline step-up wired and the headlight putting out 12V, and stuck with an OEM style 6V tail light. Didn't get the switches wired up, but I ended up making a profit on it...
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    1972 Yamaha LT2 Refresh

    Schools been a bitch lately so I haven't gotten anything done of late. Did test fit the cases from a '73 ATMX and they appear to fit just right. So keep your eyes out for that in the fall when I have money again. Until then I should be doing some wiring this weekend.
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    1972 Yamaha LT2 Refresh

    Busy week with midterms and projects in school. I am looking at ordering my battery and regulator rectifier so I can get everything wired up and see if it works. Anyone have suggestions on the regulator rectifier? I was thinking of going with a small sealed battery (12V 4A TruGel on Dime City)...
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    Krazy Katana

    Faster until I swap in a motor ;D
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    1972 Yamaha LT2 Refresh

    Feel free to point anything out, I make mistakes more often than not haha
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    1972 Yamaha LT2 Refresh

    I like how I'm an idiot lol
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    1972 Yamaha LT2 Refresh

    Tested the stator today and it puts out 18V at idle so I will be converting to 12V :D. Now I just need to order up a battery, regulator/rectifier, and a new headlight!
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    1972 Yamaha LT2 Refresh

    Hello all, just picked up a LT2 for dirt cheap yesterday. Currently only registered for off road (needs head light hooked up, battery, and tail light) but I am aiming to get it back on the road to use as a commuter to and from school. Starts right up on first kick and has a brand new top end and...
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    6v to 12v Step-Up

    Just out curiosity, how would I test the stator output to see if I could swap over a 12V RR and battery?
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    6v to 12v Step-Up

    Cool thanks.Now to get to experimenting ;D. We're doing quite a bit with circuits and what not in the electronics manufacturing class I'm taking right now so maybe I'll actually be putting that to use lol
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    6v to 12v Step-Up

    Yeah the blinkers I ordered are 12W ones. Just to clarify, the step-up circuit I originally posted should be fine for this yes? Or should I go with a smaller unit for each system?
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    6v to 12v Step-Up

    Yeah the only reason I was wanting to convert was to go to LED lights all around. As I said before the bike doesn't really have any lighting so I figured now would be the time. On average what would you say the average wattage/current requirement is for LED blinkers, headlight, and tail light. I...
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    6v to 12v Step-Up

    Yeah I saw his post and I'm pretty interested, but the bike currently isn't street legal (headlight isn't hooked up, no turn signals, no tail light, and only registered for off-road use) so I'm not sure if I exactly qualify haha. I was planning on converting the lighting to LED so from my...
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    6v to 12v Step-Up

    First post in quite a while, school and a wrist surgery have really kept me out of the shop and anything fun in general really. Wondering how plausible it would be to convert a 1972 Yamaha LT2 Enduro to 12V using one (or multiple) of these...
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    saving a 1980 KZ750 twin

    Looks great so far! Really want to find myself a 750 twin
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    WTB GR650 Pistons

    Currently no pistons, looking to pick up a set for a project much farther down the road (read DIY big bore kit). But I know these are hard to come by so I thought I'd start looking now. Thanks for the help though!
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    WTB GR650 Pistons

    I know this is a long shot as the GR650 is some what of a rare bike, but I am looking to pick up a pair of pistons for it. If you have any or know anyone that does, please send them my way, Thanks!
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    CHEAP PROJECT BIKE California

    Hey guys I'm looking for a project bike to work on in my spare time. I'm looking for something around 400-650cc, would prefer it to be a little rusty and doesn't have to be complete, but would like if it came with a motor (running or not). Willing to spend $300-$400, maybe a little more but...
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    1969 Suzuki TS250 Brat Tracker

    Well it took a little longer to get back on here than I thought....a lot longer actually. Anyways the bike runs great now, the electrics are all sorted, and I installed an ignition! Still thinking about keeping the stock seat, but putting something a little more sporty/flat trackerish on, and...
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    '69 TS250 Wiring Harness

    Hey there guys, I have a TS250 that was hotwired by the previous owner (no it't not stolen) and I am looking to redo the wiring harness when I replace the ignition. From what I've found online stock ignitions are $100 and I don't really want to spend that much so I just picked up a 3 wire...
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