Pulley, Stock washer with hole enlarged, and 60mm bolt.
Belt installed. Tighten the belt to snug.
Clamp a straight edge on the pulley.
Straight edge shows I am perfectly aligned from pulley to alt. If not aligned put some spacers
on the bottom of the alt.
Radiator as it comes off the bike.
Shroud cut off by rad filler tube. I cut too much off the right side.
rad filler tube.
Both legs welded and extended. Blades hacked.
New position for fan.
1 inch spacer for lower radiator.
Rad in place using the spacer. Do not forget to put the lower fairing brkt on. This pic I forgot to put the bottom radiator on.
1 inch chevy truck spacer and gaskets.
Lower hose attached.
To put the top rad hose on. I took the alt back off. Put the hose on, AND
DO NOT FORGET TO PLUG THE FAN WIRE BACK TOGETHER.
Install the alt again.
Unplug the regulator plug. This disconnects the stater. Leave in place
for a back up in case something goes wrong with the alt.
I used the black wire in this plug to connect my
exciter wire for the alt. This plug is keyed to the ignition key.
The alternator connections.
Fill your radiator with the correct coolant and enjoy.
Finished the alternator conversion.
No plastic had to be cut.
Now one can add any number of lights, Heated clothing, Gloves with out reaching the max amps.
I am installing a second fuse box. I will be adding any new lights etc.. to this new fuse box.
I think it will be better than using the 30+year old wires to put this new current to use.
Hope you learned something here.