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 Post subject: TT2 wiring plate CAD file
PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2012 6:12 am 
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;) Folks,
please find the following useful for your perusal.
Thanks MUST go to Lou for his goodwill & assistance. Thanks Lou!
Please PM me if you require other program file extensions for use with laser cutting machines.
Otherwise, print off the image below and get to work!
Cheers,
Steve
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It won't allow me to add a IGS file... :evil:

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 Post subject: Re: TT2 wiring plate CAD file
PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 5:03 am 
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:? Folks,
could you assist me with what is this connector from / to please?
The square connector to the left is from the pick-ups. That I know.....
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 Post subject: Re: TT2 wiring plate CAD file
PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 11:37 am 
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Hi Steve, these are the plugs. I used an old Bosch ignition box rubber cover as it is basically the same 6 terminal plug and fits nicely over the connector. As you can see in this picture, and not the others I have posted, the plug has flanges for small screws to fasten the plug to the plate. My original TT panel has these screws the other pictures I posted did not. These are the correct and original type plugs, and I think I got them from Wurth, a german based company that sells all kinds of stuff. The wires on this plug are from the voltage regulator so some American TT's that didn't run charging systems have had these eliminated. I wish I had this Forum when I started messing with TT's, it took me years to find the right plugs! Lou


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 Post subject: Re: TT2 wiring plate CAD file
PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 11:18 pm 
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Hi Lou,
so, the with some US Pantah's, the bigger connector is for the regulator? I thought wires from various parts connect to the regulator as separate wires? I should have word my query as where...?
I'm still not sure as to where that connector is from or where is it going to...
Sorry for my confusion.

Please help?
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 Post subject: Re: TT2 wiring plate CAD file
PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 11:21 pm 
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:oops: Sorry Lou,
I re-read your message. I think that connector is for the Bosch ignition boxes...well, at least 1 of them. Is this correct? But, why does it pass through the plate??? I'm very confused now.... I think I'll finish off that box of beers now....


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 Post subject: Re: TT2 wiring plate CAD file
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Hi Steve, hope you enjoyed the beers! The wires that go to the plug are as follows4 from the voltage regulator, 2 orange wires from the Bosch ignition boxes (these are on one terminal) and one empty terminal. The plug that goes into it houses the 3 wires from the alternator (2 yellow 1 orange), switch controlled battery power (2 wires) one battery direct tied in with the Verlicchi throttle cut off, the other one, 'power on' from the same Verlicchi switch on the throttle, one empty terminal. Does this make sense? Lou


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 Post subject: Re: TT2 wiring plate CAD file
PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2012 1:07 am 
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Hi Lou,

yes it does now. I was confused for a while not knowing how authentic TT1's/TT2's are wired with the correct parts. I'm thinking I don't need to add that connector to my version of the plate except for the addition of that little push button start switch I posted to you in Carlo's thread. I've also noticed your push button starter sits up higher on the plate to get to it when the tank is positioned. So, I'll need to take that into consideration. I'll use the space of that connector to position the stock starter solenoid....unless I can find a Motoplat type.....
I'm currently laying out my electrical circuit on CAD and making a template of the wiring plate (of which you kindly supplied) out of thick cardboard to lay out the electrical components.

Keep you posted.

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 Post subject: Re: TT2 wiring plate CAD file
PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2012 7:52 am 
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Hi Lou,

I have found in my garage sitting in a box of old Ducati electrical connections this "genuine" Ducati F2 connector.

I will bring it to NH in September Lou, would you like it ?.

Pat.


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 Post subject: Re: TT2 wiring plate CAD file
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An original part from the master himself? Yes Pat I would love it! Lou


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 Post subject: Re: TT2 wiring plate CAD file
PostPosted: Sat May 05, 2012 11:35 am 
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Even makes me wonder what "treasures" I might have hidden away !


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