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AHA!!!!!

I was not paying enough attention when I was reading the answer:

"At the junction box:
Red(from HT coil) -> Terminal #1 -> Red(from wiring harness)
Blue(from Stator) -> Terminal #2 -> Blue and Yellow(both from wiring harness)
Green(from Stator) -> Terminal #3 -> Green(from wiring harness)
Black(from Stator) -> Terminal #4 ->Black(from wiring harness)"[/u]
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Next question for the crowd- can I USE 6V LED bulbs? Am thinking for the brake/running tail light and the speedo/pilot light.
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Next question for the crowd- can I USE 6V LED bulbs? Am thinking for the brake/running tail light and the speedo/pilot light.
LED's will probably cause issues, as the AC charging system is a balanced system. Best bet to stick with standard 6v bulbs
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drop that motor in, snap in a rally fork and head set and cruise that shit till you collect all your parts.

otherwise you wind up like me with a grip of tin that you can't put in the wind because they're all taken apart or half finished projects.

go nuts hombre. it's your bike.

just don't call it an SS180 till it's got all the right bits.
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Its an SS180 My man! Whatta ride.

Seat ordered and on the way, swingarm *should* be here in the next two weeks- then I will reshoot touch ups and retorque everything. Then this project will be COMPLETE> Gonna slowly bring the 59 VBA along...This project took a ton of energy and I am gonna need a short rest before diving back in.. Well, maybe I'll just rebuild the motor while I strategize....
Its sooooooo close.
Its sooooooo close.
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Its an SS180 My man! Whatta ride.

Seat ordered and on the way, swingarm *should* be here in the next two weeks- then I will reshoot touch ups and retorque everything. Then this project will be COMPLETE> Gonna slowly bring the 59 VBA along...This project took a ton of energy and I am gonna need a short rest before diving back in.. Well, maybe I'll just rebuild the motor while I strategize....
Ah…I know why the board is under the stand. It’s a recurring issue. It’s a bit teeter-tottery on the stand without the board, right? It’s a balancing act with a reproduction rear shock (variable length) and a reproduction center stand (variable length).

I put some thin steel sheet metal strips between the frame and the stand brackets. That helps raise the bike up enough to get the front wheel just off the ground.
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It looks so nice!
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Ah…I know why the board is under the stand. It’s a recurring issue. It’s a bit teeter-tottery on the stand without the board, right? It’s a balancing act with a reproduction rear shock (variable length) and a reproduction center stand (variable length).

I put some thin steel sheet metal strips between the frame and the stand brackets. That helps raise the bike up enough to get the front wheel just off the ground.
I had the same problem and made the centerstand adjustable by welding a nut in the ends and a bolt w/ jam nut that gets covered by the bootie.

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This is on a widebody converted to 10", but I've done it on newer bikes too and used a carriage bolt.
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Its an SS180 My man! Whatta ride.

Seat ordered and on the way, swingarm *should* be here in the next two weeks- then I will reshoot touch ups and retorque everything. Then this project will be COMPLETE> Gonna slowly bring the 59 VBA along...This project took a ton of energy and I am gonna need a short rest before diving back in.. Well, maybe I'll just rebuild the motor while I strategize....
Pretty work my dude! Well done all the way around.
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I was just looking, and there's a tool that does the floor rivets, with the waffle pattern that they originally had.
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I was just looking, and there's a tool that does the floor rivets, with the waffle pattern that they originally had.
Very nice- *before I order a brand new one* does anyone want to loan/rent one to me? I won't need it for a few weeks yet. There is more work to be done before that final rails install.
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MJRally has one that he was kind enough to loan me. Maybe he can hook you up.

Honestly, though, I think if I were doing it again, I'd just peen 'em by hand. I wound up doing my legshield badge that way and it was actually quite easy. Get a waffle punch to finish them off right.

This project is looking outstanding! You've really hit it out of the park.
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MJRally has one that he was kind enough to loan me. Maybe he can hook you up.

Honestly, though, I think if I were doing it again, I'd just peen 'em by hand. I wound up doing my legshield badge that way and it was actually quite easy. Get a waffle punch to finish them off right.

This project is looking outstanding! You've really hit it out of the park.
Hmm. I'll weight out the options. I can just imagine peening away when suddenly, BAM huge dent. I guess I could be careful lol.

Thank you very much for the recognition!! Much props to all of you here, it would have been a nightmare without the support (AND PARTS!!)
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Voo Doo had the tip that you can get some magnetic vinyl and put that around the spot you're peening to protect the paint and metal.

The rivets are super-soft, too. It barely takes any pressure at all to peen them down, which surprised me when I did it.
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Looks great Dave.

Use the rivet tool. It makes installation so much easier and cleaner.

What’s the plan for trim on the legshield? Have you found some stainless?
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Looks great Dave.

Use the rivet tool. It makes installation so much easier and cleaner.

What’s the plan for trim on the legshield? Have you found some stainless?
Thanks Socal!!

I have some shiny trim with grub screws I will use until I find the real deal. I still have touch up to do (if not a 70% reshoot) so I am stalling on the legsheild and rails. (Altbough the legshwild wouldn't be a big deal to remove so...)
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Thanks Socal!!

I have some shiny trim with grub screws I will use until I find the real deal. I still have touch up to do (if not a 70% reshoot) so I am stalling on the legsheild and rails. (Altbough the legshwild wouldn't be a big deal to remove so...)
All hail the rivet tool! Highly recommend. D, I got you covered when you're ready
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I saw some Ulma 044 trim on ebay (really badly damaged) for $200 last week, ans a NOS set that sold for nearly $1000.
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Just a quick update-

Timing was off, couldn't get it running unless the stator was all the way left. But wait- Let's take a look at the basics and start from scratch. Cam? Looks right. Points? AHA. I measured the gap at 26 degrees instead of the widest point. Also, was measuring with standard instead of mm. Rookie moves.

Now starts first kick. I still need to reshoot/touch up (I think an 80% reshoot is probably a better idea) and then will reassemble for the last time complete with floor rails and trim.

Also, I changed the shock spacer and now it sits correctly on the stand. I can hear the bolts on the cowl over big bumps, so I need to figure out how to prevent that.

I am REALLY REALLY happy with how the piston ported motor runs/feels. in a strange way, its like a flathead- low and smooth.

One quick note- the handlbars hit the legsheild ever so lightly- can I add a washer to the fork tube to give it like 3mm of gap?

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Also, I changed the shock spacer and now it sits correctly on the stand. I can hear the bolts on the cowl over big bumps, so I need to figure out how to prevent that.
Most likely the change of shock spacer has lowered it which is why your flywheel bolts are rubbing the cowl louvers. If you hit a big enough hole or bump, the air box will hit the inside of the cowl as well. You need to go back to longer on the shock spacer and then lengthen the stand legs or put some spacers between the stand brackets and frame.

Are your headset bearings and cups fully seated?
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Hmm. I dont relish the thought of modifying the stand, but If I must I will.

Bearings and races are def seated, but I will double double check when it is apart again.
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If you haven't already done so, you could use those allen head button bolts to possibly stop the contact with the cowl.
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The color looks so nice!

Maybe it's not the shock spacer, but the wrong stand?

Where do the handlebars hit the legshield? Like the headlight when you turn it?
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The color looks so nice!

Maybe it's not the shock spacer, but the wrong stand?
It doesn't matter what stand is on there in relation to the flywheel bolts grazing the inside of the cowl over bumps. It's sitting too low which is indicative of a shock spacer being too short. Adjusting the stand is just what needs to be done as a result of the shock height adjustment.
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" I am REALLY REALLY happy with how the piston ported motor runs/feels. in a strange way, its like a flathead- low and smooth."

OH YEAH !!!
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no more edit ?

I'll add that of the 9 different model scooters I have had , including a Rally200 and a TV200, the SS motor is unique. I love the low-end power and it just smooths out so nicely.
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If you haven't already done so, you could use those allen head button bolts to possibly stop the contact with the cowl.
This. I've seen so many busted louvres on the GS/SS; mine included.

Before someone mentions those lock tab washers, the bolts haven't budged in over 15 years.
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The color looks so nice!

Maybe it's not the shock spacer, but the wrong stand?

Where do the handlebars hit the legshield? Like the headlight when you turn it?
Handlebars hit the legshield at the headlight JUST at the end of travel.
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Either fork stop is bent or the tab on the fork is chipped. It's not uncommon.

See here:

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" I am REALLY REALLY happy with how the piston ported motor runs/feels. in a strange way, its like a flathead- low and smooth."

OH YEAH !!!
Piston ported just rides so nice!
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Got the german repop front swingarm via multiple couriers and Can I just say WOW. Really well done. (I have no affiliation with the guy)

Tolerances are spot on.
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A nicely made SS thing of beauty. Well done! What's on there now?
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A nicely made SS thing of beauty. Well done! What's on there now?
Brake pivot, shock pinand I put on the castle nut for funsies
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Got the german repop front swingarm via multiple couriers and Can I just say WOW. Really well done. (I have no affiliation with the guy)

Tolerances are spot on.
Man, that thing looks amazing. Is it the same one that is sold by SIP on their GS fork set?
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Man, that thing looks amazing. Is it the same one that is sold by SIP on their GS fork set?
I don't think so. He has 3 left I think if anyone is interested. I would have preferred the edges be chamfered, but thats just a cosmetic thing.
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A nicely made SS thing of beauty. Well done! What's on there now?
I JUST reread that in your voice. I have a broken one on the scoot now, just there for fitting purposes.
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Ok, as promised I reshot the paint. WAAAAAAY better. It doesnt look like hammer coating this time

Couple things I did different-
1. Airflow- better
2. Drop cloth instead of hosing the ground
3. Followed the mix instructions to a T
4. Set my pressure at the gun to 25PSI (last time I set it at the compressor)

Here are some pics, more to follow after it dries.
Last time- note the lovely texture of the paint.
Last time- note the lovely texture of the paint.
THIS time. NOte that there is a very slight texture, should be easy to buff out if I decide to.
THIS time. NOte that there is a very slight texture, should be easy to buff out if I decide to.
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Ok- so now I am ready to wrap things up.

I need an idea where to drill the mud guard holes and the cowl holes for the aluminum trim. Do two of the holes for the trim go through the fork holes? I have nothing to go on so any help (pics) would be greatly appreciated!!!
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Ok- so now I am ready to wrap things up.

I need an idea where to drill the mud guard holes and the cowl holes for the aluminum trim. Do two of the holes for the trim go through the fork holes? I have nothing to go on so any help (pics) would be greatly appreciated!!!
Two larger holes in the mudguard (right side only) line up with the holes in the fork bracket. You need to get two of those special T shaped bolts. The heads of those T bolts just sit under the trim. Two smaller holes on either end, but in line with the T bolts, are for the small fasteners that slide into the trim and get bolted on from the inside.

For the cowls, if there are no holes, more than likely it means someone filled them in at one point in its dubious past. That was the case with mine. They were filled in with brazed brass. It was easy to drill holes right where the brass dots appeared. If you're lucky, it'll just be plastic filler that you can pop right out.

Have you already painted the mudguard and cowls? I hope not.
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