INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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The Dyna instructions are a reproduction of the installations  provided from Dyna. Additional information can be obtained by contacting the manufacturer directly: 818 963 1669.

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Harper's Driver Floor Board Kit
PLEASE READ COMPLETELY BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION.
Kit contains: 1 pr floor boards. 1 left hand bracket. 1 right hand bracket. (NOTE: Long taper on top of bracket goes to the front.)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION OF FLOORBOARDS
1. Remove footpeg pivot pins in order to access footpeg mounting bolts. Then remove jam nut on the back side of the footpeg assemblies. Unscrew footpeg mounting bolts from footpeg mounting brackets and remove footpegs.
2. On the brake side, remove the footpeg mounting bracket from the frame and turn it around so that the protrusion for the footpeg is now on the inside.
3. Using the supplied bolts (8X25mm) mount the footboard bracket to the frame with the old footpeg mounting bracket between the footboard bracket and the frame.  Tighten footboard mounting bolts. NOTE: It may be necessary to adjust the height of the brake pedal using the adjustment provided on the brake pull rod. 
4. On the shifter side, remove the footpeg mounting bracket blots only and using the supplied bolts (8X25mm) mount the footboard mounting brackets to the frame with the footpeg/shiter mounting bracket between the floorboard bracket and the frame.
5. Replace the center footpeg mounting bolt with supplied washer to retain shift lever. Install jam nut on backside of bracket and tighten. Tighten footboard mounting bolts. NOTE: Again, it may be necessary to adjust the shift lever position using the adjustment provided on the shift linkage. If, for any reason you should have difficulty with this installation please contact us at (816) 697 3411 and we will do our best to help you solve any problems. It is our goal to supply you with quality accessories for your Moto Guzzi that require no modification to install.  We hope you find this installation simple.
Harper's Passenger Floor Board Kit
This kit includes: 1 pr floor boards. 2 square stock brackets. 4 SS spacers. 2 12X60 Bolts. 2 12X70 bolts. 4 nuts.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING PASSENGER PEGS ON A MOTO GUZZI
1.Remove foot peg from aluminum bracket.
2. Remove both bolts holding aluminum bracket to frame. Use caution as this separates two frame sections and will take some realignment.
3. Replace bolts with new bolts and spacers (supplied with our kit) thru the bracket.  Use the spacers between the black bracket and the aluminum bracket in the countersunk holes.
4. Install footboards into the square bracket. Use one spacer and bolt supplied. Repeat for opposite side.

Harper's Electronic Ignition Kit
Instructions for the Electronic Ignition for the V700, Ambassador and Eldorado.
Installation is very simple and straight forward. It is simply the removal and reinstallation of ignition parts that are normally changed during a tune up.
1. Remove the fuel tank from the bike and remove the old ignition coil, distributor cap, rotor, spark plug and coil wires, and points plate.
2. Replace the old coil with the high output coil from the kit using the existing coil bracket. Note: Do not use any other coil with this ignitor unit.
3. Install the ignitor plate in place of the old points plate being careful to reconnect the coil power wire 12volt positive (+) to the positive (+) side of the coil along with the red wire from the ignitor. Connect the black wire to the negative (-) terminal on the coil.
Note: If your bike has a tachometer, the tach wire should be connected to the black (negative) (-) terminal on the coil.
The magnetic rotor is shaped internally to fit over the points cam. It is a slip fit over the  cam and will press on easily if aligned properly.
4. Install the new distributor rotor and distributor cap with the new spark plug and coil wires.
5. Check the ignition timing with a strobe light by revving the motor until the distributor is fully advanced and adjust the timing by turning the distributor until the full advance mark on the pulley is aligned with the arrow on the engine. Go Ride!

Harper’s Universal Tube Type Handlebar 
Riser Installation Instructions
  for 7/8" bars.

NOTE:Please read the instructions at least twice before starting. Be sure you understand everything and have all the tools you need before starting.
1. Remove any nylon ties that may keep the slack in any of the hoses, cables or wiring from being used.
2. For ease of installation lay a towel over the gas tank so when you unbolt the handlebars you can lay them over the gas tank with all the controls in place.
3. Place the riser plate where the handlebars had been and replace the front bolt.
4. Next put the bars in place and replace the cap over the handlebars.
5. Refit the other bolts and tighten to 14 ft-lbs.
6. When finished, start the motor and turn the bars left and right to make sure no controls bind. If any of the controls are too tight you may need to reroute some of the controls.

ZRX1100: Reroute the throttle cable to remove cable tension when turning the handlebars to full right or left

NOTE: DO NOT remove the fork caps from the fork tubes.

If you have any questions or need help with this installation please call our service line 816 697 3411.

HARPER ACCESSORIES warranties the Handlebar Riser against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 90 days from date of purchase. (Must have invoice for return.) Improper installation or any alteration of the product renders all warranties null and void. Warranty is limited to the replacement or repair of the Handlebar Riser unit only, which is at the discretion of Harper Accessories.

DYNA lll ELECTRONIC IGNITION
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PART NO. D37-1 FOR 1974 AND LATER MOTO GUZZI MOTORCYCLES 

EXCEPT V35 / V50 / V65

The Dyna lll Electronic Ignition System has been designed for easy installation and does not
require the use of special tools. The compact electronic module operates efficiently and was
designed to clamp to a frame tube. It can be located anywhere that there is sufficient space,
and does not require special considerations as it is completely vibration and water proof. The
recommended location is on the left frame tube under the fuel tank.

The DYNA lll System was designed for use with stock coils, however, it may be used with other
coils that have at least THREE OHMS primary resistance.

Dyna III Instructions

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

1. Fasten the clamp to the electronic module using the 4-40 x 5/16 screws and locknuts
provided. The clamp and nuts go on the inside of the case.
2. Remove the fuel tank. Attach the module to the frame in the location selected. Cut off
excess clamp material.
3. Remove an engine case or valve cover bolt and fasten the ground lug [black wire] securely to
the engine. DO NOT ATTACH TO FRAME.
4. Locate the two ignition coils [they are positioned behind the left side cover on some
models]. There is a white wire going to the positive side of one coil that carries the switched
12 volts. A short blue/black wire then connects that point to the positive side of the other
coil. Connect the separate red wire included with the kit to the spare spade terminal that is
available on the positive terminal of the second coil.
5. Plug the red wire coming from the electronic module into the red wire installed in Step 4.
6. Remove the cap from the contact breaker housing. Remove the alternator cover, timing mark
inspection plug, and spark plugs.
7. Remove the two screws and clips holding the points plate to the housing. Remove the screws
holding the condensers to the housing. Disconnect the red and green wires where they plug into
the wire harness (or coils, and remove the entire points/plate/condenser assembly.
8. Make sure the top of the housing is clean. Place the DYNA lll sensor plate on the housing
and orient it so that the wires exit to the rear Place one of the original wire grommets on the
front end of the plate and secure it with the screw and clip previously removed. Route the
sensor cable wires through the other grommet [2 wires in the largest hole] and secure with the
other screw and clip. Before tightening the plate screws, make sure the plate does not obstruct
the cap screw holes.
9. Using a hex wrench in the alternator bolt, rotate the engine forward until the right hand
cylinder is at top dead center on the compression stroke [D mark aligned with index mark on
engine case.
10. Make sure the points cam is free of dirt and grease, and slip the DYNA lll rotor over the
cam. Push the rotor down until its flange is in contact with the top of the cam. Orient the
rotor so that the mark on top aligns with the line on the left [right cylinder] sensor. While
pushing down on the rotor, tighten the set screws using the allen wrench supplied with the kit.
11. Rotate the engine by hand and check run-out [wobble] of rotor by watching the rotor/sensor
gap. If the rotor is installed correctly, there should be no more than .005 run-out, and it
should not come in contact with either sensor As a final check, turn the engine with the
electric starter and observe the run-out.
12. Connect the three sensor cable plugs to the module receptacles, matching the red, white,
and black wires.
13. Plug the remaining red and green wires onto the spade terminals where the original points
connected, matching the colors.
14. This completes the wiring. Make sure that all connections are secure and that all colors
match.

TIMING NOTES:
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A. Refer to owner's manual for additional timing information. 
B. The left sensor triggers the right cylinder, the right sensor triggers the left cylinder,
and each provides +/-10 degrees of adjustment. Moving them counterclockwise advances the
timing and clockwise movement retards the timing. 
C. All final timing adjustment should be made using the advance timing marks which are the
top marks on the flywheel. 
D. The sensor to rotor air gap is not critical as long as there is no contact between the
parts. There should generally be .020 inch between them. 
E. When setting timing, do not over tighten sensor nuts, as damage may result. 

1] To time the engine statically, connect a 12 volt test light from the red coil wire to ground
Loosen both housing clamp bolts.

2] Turn ignition switch on. Slowly rotate the engine in the forward direction until the right
cylinder retarded [middle] mark aligns with the index mark on the engine case. 

3] The light should be off. If it isn't, rotate the housing clockwise until it goes off. Then
rotate it counterclockwise until the light comes on.

NOTE: If light remains bright at all times, it indicates that there is a bad
connection in the wiring. Ensure that there is 12 volts to the red module wire

4] Rotate the engine backwards until the light goes out, then slowly rotate the engine in the
forward direction until the light comes on. The right cylinder retarded [middle] mark should
align with the index mark on the engine case.

5] If the marks do not align, rotate the housing as appropriate and repeat Step 4. After
setting, tighten housing clamp bolts and recheck again.

6] After the right cylinder timing is verified, connect the test light to the green coil wire.
Slowly rotate the engine in the forward direction until the light comes on. The left cylinder
retarded [middle] mark should align with the index mark on the engine case.

7] If the marks do not align, loosen the nuts on the right sensor and move it clockwise or
counterclockwise as appropriate [.010 inch equals 1 degree] and gently retighten nuts.

8] Rotate the engine backwards until the light goes out, and repeat Step 6.

9] To be sure full advance is being obtained, rotate the engine backward and then forward again
until the advanced [top] mark aligns with the case index mark. Rotate the DYNA lll rotor
clockwise against the advance spring. The light should come on just as the limit of travel is
reached. If not, rotate the housing [not the sensors] slightly counterclockwise, and recheck.

10] The engine can and should be timed using a strobe light in the normal manner. Use the
advanced timing marks and an engine speed where full advance is obtained.

11] Replace all covers, fuel tank, and spark plugs.

Note: These instructions are a reproduction of the installations  provided from Dyna. Additional information can be obtained by contacting the manufacturer directly: 818 963 1669.

Dyna Ignition Booster
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Installation Instructions
Pt #: DBR-1
Engines with Single Breaker Points

The Dyna Ignition Booster was designed for use with stock or aftermarket coils or combinations of coils that have at least 3 OHMS primary resistance.

1. Fasten the clamp to the electronic module using the 4- 40 X 5/16 screws and locknuts provided. The clamp and nuts go on the inside of the housing.
2. Attach the module to the frame in the location selected. Cutoff excess clamp material.
3. Attach the ground lug (black wire) to a clean ground point. The engine case is recommended, however, a good frame connection can be used if necessary.
4. File the points regardless of their condition, even if new. Leave the condenser connected.
5. Disconnect the points wire from the ignition coil, and connect the blue wire from the booster in it's place.
6. Connect the white wire from the booster to the breaker points wire removed in the previous step.
7. Connect the red wire from the booster to the coil terminal that has +12 volts applied to it when the ignition switch is turned on. 

Dyna Ignition Booster
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Installation Instructions
Pt #: DBR-2
Engines with Dual Breaker Points

The Dyna Ignition Booster was designed for use with the stock coils, however, it may be used with other coils or combinations of coils that have at least THREE OHMS primary resistance. 

1. Fasten the clamp to the electronic module using the 4- 40 X 5/16 screws and locknuts provided. The clamp and nuts go on the inside of the case.
2. Attach the module to the frame in the location selected. Cutoff excess clamp material.
3. Attach the ground lug (black wire) to a clean ground point. The engine case is recommended, however, a good frame connection can be used if necessary.
4. Using the splice connector provided, attach the separate red wire included in the kit to the wire that carries switched 12 volts to the coils. Do not strip the wires when using the splice connector: Use pliers to push the clip down.
5. Plug the red wire coming from the electronic module into the red wire installed in Step 4.
6. File the points regardless of their condition, even if new. Leave the condenser connected.
7. Disconnect one of the points wires where it plugs into the wire harness. Plug the points wire into the connector on the gray wire from the module. Plug the green module wire into the receptacle where the points previously connected.
8. Disconnect the other points wire from the wire harness. Plug the points wire into the connector on the white wire from the module. Plug the brown module wire into the receptacle where the points previously connected.

Note: These instructions are a reproduction of the installations  provided from Dyna. Additional information can be obtained by contacting the manufacturer directly: 818 963 1669.

Dyna Charge Monitor
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Instructions for DCM-1

The DCM-1 charge monitor allows the user to track electrical system voltage on any vehicle with a normal 12 volt charging system. When the "normal" green light is on, the system voltage is normal and the battery is being charged correctly. If the "high" red light is on, the system voltage is too high and damage to the battery may result. When the " low" red light is on, the system voltage is too low and the battery is being discharged. The above indications are only valid with the engine running.

1. Mount the monitor in the desired location using the double sided tape attached to the unit.
2. Connect the black wire to ground.
3. Connect the red wire to the switched side of the ignition switch. The side where there is no voltage with switch off and + 12 volts with the switch on.

NOTE: Whenever current passes through a connection or a switch, a voltage drop can occur. In order for the change monitor to provide meaningful information, the voltage at the ignition switch must be with 0.5 volt of the voltage at the battery with the engine running. If the voltage drop from the battery to the ignition switch is greater than 0.5 volt with the engine running, the source of the voltage drop should be identified and corrected. That may require using heavier gauge wire between the battery and the ignition switch, or replacing a connector, or switch.

Harper's Spotlite Kit Instructions
Please read completely before beginning installation.
  This Spotlite Kit will fit 1990 thru current cruiser models. EV, Jackal, Bassa, California Special, California Special Sport, Stone, Stone Metal, etc.
  The wiring in this kit will need to be made to fit your specific motorcycle. With variances in handlebars, switch placement and other issues beyond our control, we were not able to pre make the harness.  However everything you will need is included.  The following instructions are a suggested installation. There may be a variance in the way you wish to wire.

1pr Spotlite Brackets 
2 Spotlites 
2 Spotlite spacers 
1 Switch 
1 Switch Bracket 
6 6x15 stainless cap screws
6 6mm flat washers
2 6mm locknuts
3 5" zip ties
1 fuse holder
1 fuse
1 6' length wire
1 ring wire end
2 small ring wire ends
1 2' length shrink wrap
1 piggyback spade connector
1 male spade connector
1 female spade connector
Tools you will need but are not included in kit:
4mm allen key
5mm allen key
wire cutters, strippers, crimpers
hair dryer or heat gun
8mm, 10mm, & 13 mm wrenches
9/16 socket & rachet
small common & phillips screwdrivers
Harper Accessories warranties the Spotlight Kit against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 90 days from date of purchase. (Must have invoice for return.) Improper installation or any alteration of the product renders all warranties null and void. Warranty is limited to the replacement or repair of the Spotlite Kit components only, which is at the discretion of Harper Accessories.
Installation Instructions
1. 
Be sure ignition is off. Remove seat, right side cover and right upper frame cover in front of fuel tank
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2.  Feed wire along frame under fuel tank. 
Caution:
Make sure the wire is not pinched. Attach blue ring connector to end of wire. Lay the wire out so that you locate the fuse holder in an accessible yet inconspicuous place. Cut the wire and insert the fuse holder and fuse. Use two zip ties to secure wire to frame.  Do not attach to the battery at this time
3. Feed front of wire up thru triple clamp and thru dash along handlebar to clutch lever mount. Install the switch bracket on the lower clamp bolt. Determine the proper length of wire needed and cut to appropriate length. Feed remaining wire back thru dash leaving the same amount extending to the switch. Trim two 1" pieces  from the end of the heat shrink tubing and use the rest to slide down over the exposed wire from the switch to the dash. Strip the two wire ends at the switch, cover each wire with small pieces of heat shrink tubing and crimp on the small ring connectors. Attach ring connectors to switch and mount switch in bracket.
4. Remove the headlight unit and lay it on a towel on the front fender to keep from scratching. Attach each spotlite bracket to the appropriate side. The brackets attach to the turn signal mounting point and the side screw in the bottom triple clamp. Use the 6X15mm allen bolts to attach.
5. Mount spotlites to each bracket using the spacers. Attach the wires to the sealed beam, then feed wire thru bolt and attach piggyback spade connector on one spotlite wire and the female spade connector on the opposing spotlite wire. Install the male spade connector to the wire returning from the switch. Connect the three wires together, and wrap with electrical tape.
6. Mount turn signals in lower holes with remaining 6x15mm bolts, washers and locknut.
 

7. Reinstall headlight. Make final adjustments to positions of spotlites and headlight. Connect to battery. Installation complete.

 

 

 

Outsider Instructions for the Early Model Outsider

Outsider Pt # 062066 Tonti Frame.

PLEASE READ COMPLETELY BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION.
Kit Contains
: 1 Outsider, 1 stock Oil Filter, 2 Pan Gaskets, 1 Brass Cap (located on external oil filter fitting-for shipping purposes only). 4 long bolts, 13 short bolts, this page of instructions. Note: Bolts not included if the application is for square head engines.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION OF THE OUTSIDER

Oil Filter Conversion Kit

NOTE: We have lost the 4 digital photos  that go with this set of instructions. We are retaking them and will include them  as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience. Please call if you have questions about the Outsider installation.

1. Drain engine oil and remove sump.
Note: 
A. On models equipped with a factory sump spacer, the Outsider replaces the stock spacer

B. On models not equipped with a factory spacer, the enclosed bolt kit must be used.

2. Clean all gasket surfaces.

3. Remove oil filter and clean the oil pan.

4. Install brass cap on oil filter fitting inside pan. Tighten securely. Locktite may be used, if preferred.

5. Install the Outisder and the oil pan to the engine with gaskets between the engine and the Outisder and between the Outsider and the oil pan.

6. Install the oil filter. Note: Use only Moto Guzzi factory oil filters. Do not use aftermarket filters.

An improper fit may cause damage to your engine that can far outweigh the savings of a few dollars.

7. Refill engine with your favorite oil to proper level.

8. Start your engine and check the oil pressure. Watch your oil pressure light.

9. Check for leaks. If a leak is found, recheck for proper installation.

HARPER ACCESSORIES warranties the Outsider against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 90 days from date of purchase. (Must have invoice for return.) Improper installation or any alteration of the product renders all warranties null and void. Warranty is limited to the replacement or repair of the Outsider unit only, which is at the discretion of Harper Accessories.

 

Outsider Instructions for 1998 & newer and the Quota
For version with photos scroll down and click on the small image below.

Outsider Pt # 062065

PLEASE READ COMPLETELY BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION.
Kit Contains: 1 Outsider, 1 Aluminum wedge piece. 2 Spacers.1 stock oil filter. 2 pan gaskets 1 Brass Cap.
 4 long bolts, 14 short bolts. This page of instructions.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Oil Filter Conversion Kit


1. Drain engine oil and remove all 18 oil pan bolts.

2. Clean all gasket surfaces.

3. Remove oil filter and clean the oil pan.

4. Install brass cap over oil filter fitting inside. Tighten securely. Locktite may be used, if preferred.

5. Install the Outsider and the oil pan to the engine

with gaskets between the engine and the Outsider and between the Outsider and the oil pan.

6. Install all screws without tightening any of them.

6a. Install wedge with 6X110 bolts with spacer on top of wedge. Start all screws in respective holes.

Do not tighten, yet.

7. Torque bolts to 7 lbs., pulling them evenly, using a cross pattern-pulling bolts evenly.

NOTE: Do not tighten one side & then the other.

8. Install the oil filter. Note: Use only Moto Guzzi UFI Factory oil filters. Do not use aftermarket

filters. An improper fit may cause engine damage that can far outweigh the small savings.

9. Refill engine with your favorite oil.

10. Start your engine and check the oil pressure.Watch your oil pressure light

11. Check for leaks. If a leak is found, recheck for

proper installation.

We recommend: Engine Oil: Mobil 1 synthetic or

Valvoline petrolium base multi-viscosity 20/50 engine oil for the summer and 10/40 for winter use.

Transmission and rear end: Hypoid 90.

You should consider adding Moly to the rear drive. If you prefer a syntetic transmission oil, go to our web site and click on "Oil". You’ll find detailed information on Redline syntethic and Moly.

HARPER ACCESSORIES warranties the Harper OUTSIDER against defect in materials and workmanship of a period of 90 days from date of purchase. Improper installation or any alteration of the product renders all warranties null and void. Warranty is limited to the replacement or repair of the product only, which is at the discression of Harper’s Accessories.

Thank You for purchasing another quality Harper Accessory product!

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Instructions for 1998 & newer Outsider

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