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sid pileski
10-17-2012, 08:19 PM
Odd request, somewhat machining related.

I'm installing a 1982 Honda CB 125 engine on my old racing go kart frame.
This was a maybe 12 HP single four stroke engine. It's not going to be a two stroke screamer, but it will be fun.

Hear is what I am looking for. I need a wiring diagram so that I can get this to run.
This year used CDI.

I have looked all over the net and can't find one. I went to the local Honda shop. They had a manual for a 1985 that I got a copy of.
They did not have anything for the '82 and they are not the same.

I can call some other shops in the area, but thought I'd see what kind of help I might be able to get here.

Thanks! Sid

kf2qd
10-17-2012, 09:43 PM
Do you have the rectifier and coil? I had an SL125 from that era and it didn't need the battery to run. Took a good kick and away it went.

Heres a scan of the wiring diagram -
http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg244/kf2qd/CB125s.jpg
http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg244/kf2qd/CB125s.jpg
From my Clymer manual #M315

sid pileski
10-17-2012, 09:53 PM
No, I have no rectifier.
This looks like what I have. It's kind of hard to read though. Could you possibly send the scan to my email?
That way I could down load and print it larger.

3261ford@gmail.com

I would greatly appreciate it!!

Thanks- Sid

Mike Folks
10-17-2012, 11:18 PM
Some websites for motorcycle shop manuals:

Manuals (Some of these websites sell used manuals, just ask)
www.repairmanual.com
www.manualsnmore.com
http://www.midwestmanuals.com/
http://www.books4cars.com/
http://www.repairmanualclub.com/motomanuals/
http://moto-manuals.com/
http://www.e-classicbike.com/
Haynes, Clymer, and Chilton all make shop manuals, but usually the brand of manufacturer ones have more information.

justanengineer
10-17-2012, 11:38 PM
Sid, if this turns out anything like your rod let me be the first to request pics. I had my eyes open at the Syracuse Nats this year, but missed your car amongst the sea.

Peter.
10-18-2012, 01:51 AM
Try this:

EDIT: forget it, points model

John Stevenson
10-18-2012, 03:34 AM
Sid,
Right click on the drawing then go Save As and put it where you want on your hard drive.

It's then yours to zoom, rotate and do with what you want.

Highpower
10-18-2012, 08:27 AM
No, I have no rectifier.
This looks like what I have. It's kind of hard to read though. Could you possibly send the scan to my email?
That way I could down load and print it larger.

3261ford@gmail.com

I would greatly appreciate it!!

Thanks- Sid

I sent you a PDF of that diagram. Hopefully that will work for you.

sid pileski
10-18-2012, 12:07 PM
Thanks to everybody that responded!
Highpower was kind enough to email me the pdf. It should help a lot.

Just an engineer- I was at the Syracuse Nats all three days. It's my big show of the year. I'm trying not to get to out of control with this project. In the end it will look nice and should be a blast to drive. My brother has a warehouse where he puts on an anual indoor event with friends, round about February. Sets up an indoor trials corse. The carts race around that with the flat track bikes. Mainly XR100 pit bikes. Anything larger and it's a bit scarry. Although he did take my 883 Sporster around a few times!

Sid

MrFluffy
10-18-2012, 06:34 PM
I have a xl125 cdi model in bits in my shed that I'm keeping round to make a bike for my boy when he outgrows midi moto's. I was planning on boring it to take a gs750 piston as a poor mans bigbore, but I have only read that this is possible, not done it for myself. If your thinking of tweaking...
I believe the 160cc kits are fairly easy to get hold of on ebay now too.