Guzzi Project Electrical

Spent Sunday working on the Guzzi's electrical. In reality I spent the afternoon soldering and shrink wrapping connections. A couple of much smarter friends were poring over wiring diagrams and sorting out wiring from 30 years of keeping this thing running. 

When it's all said and done, it's going to have much simpler wiring set up with the aid of a Moto Gadget M-Unit to handle most of the electrical. It's a pretty amazing little device that's going to make this thing more reliable than it would be hoping 30 year old resistors and connectors don't fail.

Two of the brake calipers have been taken apart, cleaned and rebuilt. One has to be replaced because of a broke bleed nipple. Speigler brake lines came but were to short so replacement lines have come in and fit perfectly.

Wiring harness removed.

Wiring harness removed.

Regulator/Rectifiier is going to the front of the frame which will allow it to keep cool.

Regulator/Rectifiier is going to the front of the frame which will allow it to keep cool.

Wires pulled thru and ready for connectors. All the wires on the alternator are sorted, shrink wrapped and ready to be ran to the M-Unit.

Wires pulled thru and ready for connectors. All the wires on the alternator are sorted, shrink wrapped and ready to be ran to the M-Unit.

2 of the 3 calipers have been cleaned up and rebuilt. One of the bleed nipples broke off and couldn't be drilled out. A used replacement from Ebay is on the way.

2 of the 3 calipers have been cleaned up and rebuilt. One of the bleed nipples broke off and couldn't be drilled out. A used replacement from Ebay is on the way.