corsarino

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corsarino

Postby adrian » 25 Jul 2020 16:46

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hello, lockdown has brought out this project which has been in bits for about 12 years, it was dated by NLM as 1971, it's 4 speed, and unrestored (and not needing to be). it's now back together as you can see. But i can't remember much about it when i did have it running all those years ago.
Anyway, when i recently first kicked it over, the horn made a bleep at every rev, so i disconnected it. Then i thought, how do i stop the damn thing if i do get it started?
The handlebar switch has what looks like a left/right knob at the bottom : not sure what that operates, lights maybe? The rectangular button on the front has "horn" engraved on it and won't depress (hence horn bleep, i suppose). So, is the little round , red button on top a kill button?
Does anyone have a circuit diagram for it?
Thanks for any help, Adrian
ade
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Re: corsarino

Postby rossguzzi » 26 Jul 2020 12:20

Sorry I cant help you. But I love the bike. I could buy one here where I live, but it needs a lot of love.
Any chance of posting a vid of it running ? Ive owned a 125, 350 and 500. But never herd one of these.
Cheers.
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Re: corsarino

Postby mbmm350s » 26 Jul 2020 20:16

You can try motomanuali.com or rpw.it for the owners manual but it has to be a very simple circuit.j
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Re: corsarino

Postby adrian » 31 Jul 2020 10:39

thanks for the info Mark....she did run and that button was a kill button, will post video
ade
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