Hi Stephen, thanxs for your likes, reply and interest.Hi Peter,
Amazing build, do the parts "just go together" or is there a fair bit of work needed before assembly?
Hi Rick,Pocher…..definition = Long Haul, challenging, wow factor, accomplishment! Your build, attention to detail and clean approach is most excellent. I have not built any of their new kits. But the older ones….many. The prices are staggering now! I am working on probably my last Pocher Project. The Alfa Spyder Touring. Paul Koo, great individual. Looking forward to more.
amazing, well doneChapter 26:
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Left Hand Electrical Panel.
From the Pocher-kit, only one wire must be attached: RF-10. Thats the wire to the spark plug of the rear cilinder, attached there in chapter 12.
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A lot of the extra added electrical wires comes together in and on this part of the bike. And are connected to the various components.
It is a little bit complex, but Paul Koo added a nice overview picture on his DVD:
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It is from an original Panigale where Paul Koo signed his information.
What can I tell more …….
Here the wires added to the components in 3 stages:
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On the picture in the middle, you see on the left side the ’painters crepe tape’. I made it mat black with a permanent marker. Cut small strips of 3 mm to imitate the ‘cloth tape’ around a bundle of wires.
The picture on the right is from Paul Koo. I forgot to take a picture myself.
The panel, components and wires all fitted together:
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Most of it is done using 2 tweezers. But a thin strip of tape sticks to everything..... relax....... take your time.....
Some parts of the components are painted grey or made from white Evergreen.
With a picture of the completed left side of the bike, before the fairing is attached.
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Up to the right electrical wires