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|May 31st, 2019 9:26 am|
Originally Posted by Rex Coil 7 View Post
Los Angeles CL yielded the most results, I think there were 6 or 7 there. I found one on Vegas CL and another on Portland CL. A couple of those had no images. Keywords I used in my search were Ducati 900SS, Ducati SS, 900 supersport and just the year of the bike I was after.
I ran those keywords in my CL search in each of the major metro area CLs on the West Coast. Bay Area CL usually yields the best results but as of Wednesday, my last CL search showed no old school supersports on Bay Area CL. .... hope you find that useful info....sean
|May 31st, 2019 1:38 am|
|Rex Coil 7||
Member *RockAZ, really nice basic machine! What did you have to pay for that bike? I'm looking for one myself but the likelihood of finding one in Yuma is about as high as finding ocean near all of the ~beach~ (ahem ...sand) around here!
I'd be willing to drive to Tucson or Phx ... I'll keep searching, one is bound to surface!!
|Feb 16th, 2019 6:48 pm|
|Feb 16th, 2019 6:36 pm|
The 21st century LED spaceman headlight with the old "Whitney Catalog" Dart screen wasn't working for me. Bought another piece from a forum member, fought like hell to get it mounted. Still a work in process, but I'm thinking this will work.
Rather than turn signals I am considering driving lights, real small ones. Gearing up for a night ride to check it out.
|Jan 17th, 2019 10:45 pm|
Pulling the dash bulb for the headlights did not fix the issue with the Hi/Lo beam being swapped at the switch, however adding the diode ballast in the headlamp three prong socket did correct the problem. Adding the dash bulb back in flipped the Hi/Lo again.
LED's are odd,...
Since my night riding often is miles out in the desert boonies with the high beams on I won't miss the dash bulb - interesting to see if an LED dash bulb would work but I probably won't go there.
Oh, I can tell when the LED headlight is on HI - even in the freakin daytime, these suckers are bright!
|Jan 8th, 2019 5:54 am|
Originally Posted by RockAZ View Post
|Jan 7th, 2019 9:50 am|
Although that post is not very old, I suspect it is not up to date on the newer flasher units for LED's and there seem to be a lot of alternatives out there from the parts listed. The part of the diagram dealing with dash lights misses the flasher relay circuit (which I think provides the diode for the dash unit in the circuits as my other bike works fine without the mod - again, no LED in the dash lights on the other bike, but a pair of normal LED turn signals with two-wire connections each instead of the one on this new thing).
I do not desire the dash lights to be brighter - at all. In fact, I'm willing to just remove the blinker and high beam/low beam bulbs if it will help and stop looking right there for solutions.
I got held up yesterday and some errands this morning, but this afternoon I will pull the bulbs and just connect up the signal wires to the turn signals in the LED headlight to report back.
|Jan 7th, 2019 6:11 am|
Originally Posted by steveb64 View Post
What is happening is that when you switch the indicators, the warning bulb draws it's earth through the opposite sides bulbs (ie RH indicator on, dash bulb draws earth through LH side bulbs, and vice versa) - which (when they're LEDs) doesn't work too well. The diode mod will ensure that there is no polarity switching, and the earth for the dash light will then come from a dedicated source. You should then only need the black/white wire and the green/white wire to connect to the new setup (if IT is all earthed properly).
|Jan 6th, 2019 12:23 pm|
there is definitely a circuit board card inside the LED headlight unit, what it is and does is not documented beyond stating it stops the LED "flickering" issue that some lamps exhibit.
The PO who did all the fancy wiring did that 3post connector, no idea where the ground wire goes. It works perfectly even now, if I switch back to the incandescent headlight, just tried again to be sure.
Working on getting to the dash bulbs now.
|Jan 6th, 2019 12:17 pm|
Originally Posted by RockAZ View Post
If that is faulty....I don't know how that could cause the swapping of the hi/low circuit. I don't. I'm not saying it can't. I'm just saying I don't know how it could.
Is there a circuit card inside the head lamp to direct all the functions/selections or is just straight wire? If the circuit card requires a ground, and uses the head lamp ground....then I can see the head lamp connector possibly being the culprit....sean
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