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Is this part complete?? Can somebody explane how it works

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Can somebody tell me how this part works and if its complete??

I have to renew all the wiring on my Centomila.

Thank you in advance

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-31-2011, 05:23 PM
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Vincent,

No idea what it is. Better check the catalogue on the sites below.

For the other parts you need, have a look at:

Exhaust: http://www.brezzirandellini.com/

Tyres and wheels etc:
REBOLDI GIAN FRANCO
Via Casaglio, 45
25064 GUSSAGO (BS)
TEL. 030.2520554 CELL. 330.964944

http://www.muccioli.com/ (also tyres)

The spare parts catalogue: www.mvschumacher.de
(look at downloads)
or the Swiss owners club:
http://www.mv-agusta-club-schweiz.ch/

Cheers,
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I think you'll find that goes inside the headlight bucket/wiring. I have no idea what it does though.
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-01-2011, 07:09 AM
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Rectifier

Hi

It is the rectifier in the headlamp housing.

Here is a couple of pictures.

In the second picture on the right hand side is where the rectifer connects (black and a white}

Hope this helps.

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Keith is correct, it is called "Rectificador de Selenio" and it rectifies alternate current to continues current that supplies the battery. I've seen them inside the Fuel Tank so they would not lose them.
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Thank you all for the information, i'm now able to remake the wiring on my bike.
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