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GLscoot
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Wed Mar 13, 2013 6:16 pm

STATOR

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Vespa Wiring GS150 by glmods, on Flickr

Red/Black connects to CDI & no.7 on headset switch
Yellow/White connects to blue which connects to no.1 on H/Switch
It also connects with Brown which connects on Headlight
Red/White connects to Regulator

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Wed Mar 13, 2013 6:22 pm

REGULATOR

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Vespa Wiring GS150 by glmods, on Flickr

Black is earthed against frame
Red/White is connected to Stator
Green is connected to no.2 on H/Switch
Red is connected to Battery

(I have never connected the battery as with the engine running lights & horn should work)

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Wed Mar 13, 2013 6:31 pm

REAR BRAKE SWITCH

Blue wire to Rear Brake Light
Pink wire to Horn

HORN

White & Pink (from rear brake switch) to no.3 on H/Switch
Red wire to no.4 on H/Switch

LIGHT SWITCH

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Vespa Wiring GS150 by glmods, on Flickr

Purple wire to Head Light
Red wire to Head Light
Pink wire connects with White from Horn & connects to no.3 on Headset Switch
White wire connects to no.6 on Headset Switch

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Wed Mar 13, 2013 6:35 pm

HEADLIGHT

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Vespa Wiring GS150 by glmods, on Flickr

Purple to Light Switch
Black is earthed inside Headset
Red to Light Switch
Blue connects to no.1 on Headset Switch
Brown connects to Yellow/White from Stator

GLscoot
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Wed Mar 13, 2013 6:44 pm

HEADSET SWITCH

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Vespa Wiring GS150 by glmods, on Flickr

No.1 - Blue connects to Headlight & Stator (Yellow/White)
No.2 - Green connects to Regulator
No.3 - Pink & White connect to Light Switch and Horn
No.4 - Red connects to Horn
No.5 - Yellow connects to Rear Light
No.6 - White connects to Horn Button on Light Switch
No.7 - Red connects to CDI
No.8 - Red/White connects to Speedometer Bulb

Any help will be much appreciated & I hope the above is not to complicated. The headset switch is a 8 pole GS150. The Stator, CDI & Regulator are from the Pinasco Flytech.
Thanks Gary

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Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:34 pm

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Vespa GS/LML180 by glmods, on Flickr

GLscoot
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Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:36 pm

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Vespa GS150 Racing by glmods, on Flickr

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Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:44 pm

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Vespa GS/LML180 by glmods,

Battery side will get the same treatment.

vespaloco
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Mon Mar 18, 2013 5:03 pm

Hi Gary.Is there any reason you chose an LML 125/150 motor in your GS.Is there Space to drop a P200 lump into a 150GS ?.
Only reason i ask ive just pulled a VS5 out of a barn that hasnt run since 1970 and needs lots of work.But if i could resore the chassis this year and drop in known P200 lump i have in the workshop it would allow me to find original engine bits at my leisure.
If you have any 150GS bits spare would be interested.
vespaloco

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Mon Mar 18, 2013 8:34 pm

GLscoot wrote:Any help will be much appreciated & I hope the above is not to complicated. The headset switch is a 8 pole GS150. The Stator, CDI & Regulator are from the Pinasco Flytech.
Thanks Gary
You won't be able to use that ignition switch, directly, as an ignition cut out. Connecting the red cut out wire to position 7 will connect the CDI directly to the battery in all running positions!!
Also the yellow/white stator wire should go to the regulator (attached to the green) this green going to position 2 will feed main lights with AC in key position 3 (fully clockwise).
Are you using the original loom?? If not, PM me the loom details and I'll help with the rest.
Kev.

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