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Technical / Re: Electronic ignition and alternator to switch panel wiring
« Last post by timsdad on October 07, 2017, 04:38:57 PM »
Electronic ignition systems are twelve volt, JBF, so, yes, the AC wiring through the switch is redundant and should have been removed when it was uprated from six volt. There should now be just one pair of wires coming from the alternator to the electronic regulator and, if your new stator is a 3-wire one, then two of these will have been joined into one to make it a 2-wire one.

No more charging wires are needed so you can remove them and throw them over the neighbour's fence.


Ray
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Technical / Re: Electronic ignition and alternator to switch panel wiring
« Last post by sidevalve on October 07, 2017, 03:04:36 PM »
Fair enough - TBH I would still use the switch even if only as an 'on/off' switch to isolate the ignition.
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Technical / Re: Electronic ignition and alternator to switch panel wiring
« Last post by johnboyfully on October 07, 2017, 02:16:23 PM »
Yes Sidevalve I have a new reg/rec that came as a package with the new alternator/stator I bought recently. JBF
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Technical / Re: Electronic ignition and alternator to switch panel wiring
« Last post by sidevalve on October 07, 2017, 01:56:56 PM »
Not too sure why electronic ignition would change the alternator wiring. Unless you have a regulator rectifier unit in there somewhere perhaps
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Technical / Electronic ignition and alternator to switch panel wiring
« Last post by johnboyfully on October 07, 2017, 01:43:17 PM »
Afternoon all, I lost the spark recently on my C12 so decided to have a look at the wiring as a whole. Nothing obvious but am I right in thinking as I have electronic ignition the alternator wires to the switch panel are effectively redundant? The wiring diagram that came with the Pazon EI doesn't show connections to the switch at all rather wires from alternator direct to the rectifier. Can I get rid of the dark green wire from alternator to switch number 7, and yellow/green from alternator to switch number 16? I think someone commented that as there is now a continuous charge using all the alternator output all the time, there is no need to go through the switch panel.

Any advice, as ever, welcome. Thanks in advance, JBF
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Technical / Re: gear lever
« Last post by bangers-c10 on October 07, 2017, 12:54:38 PM »
thank u,i will see what i can find
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Technical / Re: gear lever
« Last post by ianinglis on October 07, 2017, 12:52:04 PM »
i think the part numbers are 29-3412 for the later models and 29-3311 for the early models but i may be wrong :o :o


ian
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Technical / Re: gear lever
« Last post by bangers-c10 on October 07, 2017, 12:37:09 PM »
I might be able to put a spacer in it,        but mine is 39 3speed  ,when i did see one they want it weight in gold prices, the Enfield ones are cheap. I need one that has the bend
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Technical / Re: gear lever
« Last post by ianinglis on October 07, 2017, 12:23:25 PM »
the spline is way to big on the diameter
the proper gear lever shouldnt be too hard to find
what year / model / gearbox do you have at the moment??


ian
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Technical / gear lever
« Last post by bangers-c10 on October 07, 2017, 12:05:12 PM »
hey guys.   wondering if a Royal Enfield gear lever will fit onto a c10 3speed box,  I could shim it i guess  if i have too. but just wondering as they are all i can find for good price.
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