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12v horn ?

Post  littlemoon on Thu Dec 27, 2012 10:49 am

as i am going 12v will the origional horn work ? is it ac or dc ?, will need to know before i put on the frame cover.

also fitted a rev counter and cht gauge today. will take a pic when frame cover is back on as the rev counter is attatched to it.
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Post  Thackers on Thu Dec 27, 2012 2:00 pm

From memory the original horn works with a 12v conversion (it does on mine anyway, i did the conversion well after the re-build)
I'd be interested in the rev counter or heat gauge if you'd like to tell how you did it, i need something to fill in the holes in the top of my LD legshield tool box
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Post  littlemoon on Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:36 pm

will put a 12v dc supply to the horn tomorow to see if it works, not a big problem if it dont work.

i have a koso rev counter/temp gauge/clock, (was going to use on my series 1 but looks too modern) very modern looking glows blue when switched on, picks up the pulse for the rev counter by wrapping a wire around the ht lead and the temp gauge from under the plug. the only snag is, if i use the varitronic ignition it will pick up 2 pulses and double the display reading (gauge can set to 0-10k, 0-15k or 0-20k) . or i could go px/af conversion with an agusto/m-tech . the only snag here would be hidding the cdi, as for the reg i could use the one supplied with a varitronic kit or a bgm as they are nice and small. i have all parts for either conversion, just cant make my mind up which way to go Rolling Eyes

Thackers wrote:From memory the original horn works with a 12v conversion (it does on mine anyway, i did the conversion well after the re-build)
I'd be interested in the rev counter or heat gauge if you'd like to tell how you did it, i need something to fill in the holes in the top of my LD legshield tool box
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