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Colour Schematics - free to download from gallery

Post #1 by Sidecar Bob » Fri Mar 14, 2008 8:49 am

I have stitched all of the GL1000 and GL1100 2 page colour schematics together into single page images and cleaned them up a bit. They are 2048 x 1536 pixels and in the 550-620 Kb range, so they aren't too big to e-mail.

Don't download the images shown here. These are only screen size sample views.
To make sure you get the full size 2048 x 1536 pixel versions click on "Download Large Version" under the ones you want


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If anyone has colour schematics of the GL1200I and -A, please scan them at the best resolution and e-mail them to me so that I can do them too.
Last edited by Sidecar Bob on Tue Apr 01, 2014 7:44 am, edited 3 times in total.
Mr. Honda ('83 GL1000/Dnepr) summer
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Click: Colour schematics for all GL1000 & GL1100 and GL1200 standard models plus instructions on how to download the full size version
Image "A guy with two sidecars can't be all bad." - Cookie
Another guy with two sidecars..... Hmmmm... must be something to that....

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Post #2 by RebelRouser » Fri Mar 14, 2008 11:10 am

I'm Moved This To A Safe Place For Future Refernce....
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Post #3 by Hanky Panky » Sun Apr 20, 2008 10:48 pm

Thanks Bob they came out real nice
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Post #4 by heraldhamster » Mon Apr 21, 2008 9:34 pm

very nice Bob. THANKS!

if I can get a few bucks I'm gonna have Kinky's print me out one "landscape" format in 1/2 poster size & laminate it (I don't have access to a color printer that size anymore). ought to look good hanging on the wall in the "shop".
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Post #5 by Sidecar Bob » Mon Apr 21, 2008 10:57 pm

It just occurred to me: If you get it laminated you should be able to use white board markers on it. This means that when you do mods you can draw them on it in colour as you work, scan it, print a copy for reference, and wipe the marks off so that the drawing is still original.

I used to open up harnesses to modify wiring, but for the last dozen years or so I have simply made up sub harnesses that plug into the original wiring. That way, if(when) I decide to change it later I just change the sub harness instead of having to open up the main harness again. It would be nice to have coppies of what I did in the past drawn directly onto the schematic so that I can see the way it used to be.
Mr. Honda ('83 GL1000/Dnepr) summer
The Famous Eccles ('84 GX650EI/Velorex700) winter Never Ending Build (CX500forum)
Click: Colour schematics for all GL1000 & GL1100 and GL1200 standard models plus instructions on how to download the full size version
Image "A guy with two sidecars can't be all bad." - Cookie
Another guy with two sidecars..... Hmmmm... must be something to that....

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Post #6 by heraldhamster » Wed Apr 23, 2008 12:41 am

ta-DAH!
sorta bulldogged custom 1978 GL1000 - "geekster" - daily rider
full Vetter dress 1979 GL1000 - "Barge" - daily rider (currently down)
1978 for $100 - project in worx
1978 from a previous member here - taking up space
my original '79 bought in '91 - replacing engine

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Post #7 by scmedic6 » Wed Jun 18, 2008 6:40 pm

Very nice Sidecarbob. BTW How did you get an 83 GL1000? looks like an awesome bike.
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Post #8 by Sidecar Bob » Wed Jun 18, 2008 6:59 pm

It's an '8s with a '79 engine. A few years ago I put the back cover & kickstart from a '77 on it so I can tell people that '83 was the last year GL1000s had a kickstart ;-)
Mr. Honda ('83 GL1000/Dnepr) summer
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Click: Colour schematics for all GL1000 & GL1100 and GL1200 standard models plus instructions on how to download the full size version
Image "A guy with two sidecars can't be all bad." - Cookie
Another guy with two sidecars..... Hmmmm... must be something to that....

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Post #9 by scmedic6 » Wed Jun 18, 2008 7:31 pm

Now Thats funny!!!
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Post #10 by PJMehaffey » Tue Jun 30, 2009 2:54 pm

Did you ever get the GL1200 wiring info?
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Post #11 by Sidecar Bob » Tue Jun 30, 2009 7:02 pm

Not yet.

BTW: I have noticed these schematics available for download elsewhere on the internet in this form and that's fine with me. I do not seek credit because all I did was clean up someone else's scans of published drawings and join the halves together.
Mr. Honda ('83 GL1000/Dnepr) summer
The Famous Eccles ('84 GX650EI/Velorex700) winter Never Ending Build (CX500forum)
Click: Colour schematics for all GL1000 & GL1100 and GL1200 standard models plus instructions on how to download the full size version
Image "A guy with two sidecars can't be all bad." - Cookie
Another guy with two sidecars..... Hmmmm... must be something to that....

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Re: Colour Schematics - free to download from gallery

Post #12 by Whiskerfish » Mon Mar 31, 2014 9:55 am

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Re: Colour Schematics - free to download from gallery

Post #13 by chewy999 » Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:58 am

Thanks for that, go to the top of the class.

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1985 GL650 Silverwing another mistake, horrible bike
1986 CBX550 Good commuter
1989 Suzuki GS750 (1976) cheap and cheerful until a dog ran out in front of me on Xmas Eve, 1991
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Re: Colour Schematics - free to download from gallery

Post #14 by Sidecar Bob » Mon Mar 31, 2014 7:15 pm

I now have the 1984 GL1200 Standard (same instructions as for the rest). I am still looking for the GL1200I & GL1200A.
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Mr. Honda ('83 GL1000/Dnepr) summer
The Famous Eccles ('84 GX650EI/Velorex700) winter Never Ending Build (CX500forum)
Click: Colour schematics for all GL1000 & GL1100 and GL1200 standard models plus instructions on how to download the full size version
Image "A guy with two sidecars can't be all bad." - Cookie
Another guy with two sidecars..... Hmmmm... must be something to that....

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Post #15 by Roady » Tue Apr 01, 2014 7:26 am

Bob,

I added the 1200 drawing to your original post. Good job on maintaining and updating this thread.

Also added direct links to the larger versions, hope'n you don't mind.
Now you need to edit the instructions again. shakehands


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