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Attached image is taken from a period road test from 1965 of what would certainly have been a 'new' IE not messed with bike. Hard to see clearly but if you look close the kick start arm is at the 11 o' clock position as specified by LM. That's about where mine is and it works fine, one 'notch' lower...
I had the tank on my CL77 repainted by a professional painter, after twelve years of use there is no any signs of the paint lifting in the area around the cap. I don't know if there is any magic involved but the raised are under the seal and about another 1mm was completely masked off and has no pai...
It's my understanding is that ALL CL72s and 77s had the metal top cover on the rear dampers, mine certainly came like that.
I think it may have something to do with the proximity of the left hand damper to the exhaust pipes?
Grinding a small groove for the wiring seems a small price to pay for what seems a good product, triggers from the crank as it should. To me anything that works from the original points cam area is loosing half of the potential benefits of the upgrade. Keep us all informed as to progress.
Any chance of a picture showing how it goes together. I can't quite understand how they manage to fit it over the existing alternator rotor but still mange to use the standard cover, must be a tight squeeze?