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Hi all - I am wiring up my '76 CB360 after the PO snarled up the harness with poor soldering and hockey tape in his attempt at a "simplified" cafe harness.
My question revolves around the ignition push button. On the wiring diagram for the original right hand controls (long gone on this bike)...
From a guy that has put a ton of time, not even money (though really, time is way more valuable) into a CB360... Buy a bigger bike. I'm very invested in seeing my build through, but if I had it all to do again, I would start with a larger bike. Just my opinion.
I was also pleased with how little it gassed up the kitchen. After a 3-4 day curing time, it didn't really gas out any more. After experiencing this epoxy, I'm tempted to to paint a breather cover and some valve caps and see if they get chalky under running temps. It's much easier to use and...
Some pictures of the sheen/gloss after baking.
First one is the headlight bucket and fork lowers sprayed with Rustoleum appliance epoxy and baked at 400.
The next pic is the swingarm sprayed with VHT semi gloss and baked at 200. Notice how flat/matte it is.
Hey fellas, thought I'd share a little about what I learned last night baking Rustoleum appliance epoxy paint.
Last week I painted my aluminum fork lowers and steel headlight bucket with the gloss black epoxy paint. It went on glossy as advertised, with just a bit of orange peel from the can...
I love my Scorpion SG3 shorties. I wanted to avoid the gauntlets, but I was sure I wanted wrist sliders. I'm glad I bought them, as my brother went down on his and ground the sliders down quite a bit. Would hate for that to be my palm/wrists being mulched.