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Wiring Norton atlas

Discussion in 'Other Norton Motorcycles' started by ybbe64, Apr 22, 2019.

  1. ybbe64

    ybbe64 VIP MEMBER

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    Jul 19, 2016
    Hi I wiring the electric at Norton Atlas. Here is wiring digram that I designed myself.

    First some explanations of what the numbers mean

    1. Electronic ignition (Boyer).

    2.Lucas 120W rectifier / regulator

    3. Head breaker

    4.Batteri

    5.Break light contact

    6.Heade light switch

    7. Stator plate (boyer)

    8. Single phase stator

    9. Ignition coil

    10. Ignition coil


    Here are some questions. As you can see, a fuse is missing. Where would you place it? There is also a kill switch missing.

    Where do you place it?

    When it comes to Boyer as I understand it, a 12v supply to the box is needed. Is that right?

    Feel free to tell if you see something that doesn't seem right. If you understand the drawing of course



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  2. mdt-son

    mdt-son

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  3. texasSlick

    texasSlick VIP MEMBER

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    Wiring diagram here may help:

    https://www.accessnorton.com/NortonCommando/early-norton-wiring-diagrams.20232/

    Referring to Atlas diagram, a fuse (15 amp rating US) in the link from the battery to the ammeter (wire NU) will prevent the battery from driving a short circuit. A fuse in the link from the alternator rectifier (wire NW) will prevent the alternator from driving a short circuit.

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  4. batrider

    batrider

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    Aug 9, 2008
    The charging system should connect to the battery side of the ignition switch. Otherwise you'll be able to start it but not turn it off.
     

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