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    Default 1976 Honda CJ360T battery eliminator?

    I am going to bob a 1976 CJ360T. Does anyone know if there is a way to run this bike without a battery? Getting a Mag wouldn't be a very cost effective solution for me (if there is even one available for it)
    Any other ideas?

    Thanks,
    Craig

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    Hey there, I'm pretty sure that you have to run a battery on these old honda twins. I'm working on a '74 CL360 and I know that a battery is required for this particular bike. From what I know the electrical sytem is not exactly robust. I think your best bet is to get a smaller battery that will give you enough juice, try a dry cell or gel battery. There are some pretty small sizes, then just get creative with where you mount it. Hope this helps you out, maybe some one else has a definitive answer for you.


    Catch you on the flipside,
    Spikevanhorn

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    I'd like to renew this thread! any one have some actual answers?
    thanks in advance!

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    If the rotor spinning inside the stator has permeant magnets in it........yes ya can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkEgo06 View Post
    I'd like to renew this thread! any one have some actual answers?
    thanks in advance!
    Take a look at my build, I am only running a capacitor http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showth...t=12720&page=3

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