Carry the points plate assembly, rotor for cam, leave condensers in place but bypassed and if the Dyna fails, your in business with a little labor.
I wonder if the new “cheap” points can be adapted to grease like originals. Mike Nixon has a pretty good write up as to why the TEC were superior. Having the rubbing blocks wear down quickly was the downfall of the cheapies.
I have a new set of TEC but I’m keeping them as a backup. I got them for $50 a few years back, after reading Mike’s post.
Whatever I suggest here should be given ample time for a moderator to delicately correct. I apologize in advance.
77 WING, 1200 engine with 77 heads, cams, gl1100 foot pegs, Magna V65 front end, 764A carbs, [-gone Suzuki M109 monoshock--, replaced with gl1100 shocks] gl 1200 swing arm, gl1500 final drive, wheel and rear brakes Valkyrie seat, Meanstreak tank, Sportster pipes, Power Arc ignition off crank.
77 Wing. black
83 Wing, in pieces
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