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I installed mine today and connected C to the + from the yellow cable, which is AC straight from the coil. It immediately started happily blinking away, so I assume there is some AC to DC inside the regulator too. Again, mine has a different article number so don't blame me if the thing blows up!I also wonder if someone is really interested in my ramblings. The OP was from Feb 2017. Maybe I a
A Derbi FR is the same as a Variant?I have one of these on my FDS Savannah, actually art no 10009. On my Derbi this component is being used as the indicator relay including ACDC converter. After frying I found a wiring diagram and discovered that C is for +, and orange L1 and red L2 both go to the switch. I ordered a new one and I am awaiting the DHL van man now.The recessed dots next to the termi
hello Dave, I think you are pretty safe.I am Dutch, never experienced any major bashing or so, and communication appears to work both directions
I was the first Dutchman to ever participate in a Rock 'n Solex 6h race. The first time in 2013 we raced a bog-standard Solex, which did 40 km/h max. The year after we were in the prototype class, with this monster that ran 65 km/h. I am the handsome guy on the left, proudly wearing the drivers t-shirt for the Dutch 24h Solex race we also participated in.You never know with the French so I br
I was thinking about bad earth too. Bulbs wattage is correct according the manual: 6V front, 12V rear (yes, really)Maybe it is in the switch, I'll start there first.
When I switch to normal beam the headlight is on and the rear light is off, when I switch to high beam the rear light is on and the headlight is off.Can anybody explain? I can’t. I would like to have both lights on at the same time.
Thanks both.That looks like a handy tool to fill the fork. In the meantime I have discovered that each leg should be filled with 125 ml fork oil. I am going to use SAE15, which is in line with D&B's suggestion.The work itself is straightforward and is exactly as described by Brandon: drain each leg by removing the drain bolt at the lower end, refill at the top end, after having tightened
I can’t find any repair or workshop manuals on the internet that indicate how to change/ refill the oil in my Derbi Coppa front fork, which is empty.Since Sport Coppa, Coppa Turismo, Laguna and all other variants are basically identical possibly someone overhere can help me out with a Laguna manual? Any advice is much appreciated, even if it is limited to oil type and volume per leg.
I don't know if youtube clips are allowed but there you go:Silk Sonic, Skate, opening sequence, moped visible throughout the song. No idea what it is.
Pictures of the very first Dutch Derbi Coppa Owners Club meeting, which was attended by 100% of any Coppa’s registered in the Netherlands. Luckily I have a large backyard. There were plenty of amenities, animated stories could be heard.
You are right, the engine no is not important. It is just that we do a lot with Puch blocks and Puch numbering often reveals interesting details so I was just curious.Main topic is the history of the Laguna/ Coppa family of mopeds.
The Derbi is due for registration and the Dutch Vehicle Licensing Autorities are keen on this kind of details. If the history is fishy I get no registration and I can't drive it and can't insure it.Interesting brochures you added to your post!
Hello, this is my first post on here, after having searched through this and other, mainly Spanish forums to get some more answers to the many questions I have.I am from the Netherlands and as you may know, we have a rich moped history overhere. I recently bought a Derbi Coppa Turismo with the intention to get it back on the road after many years of hibernation in a Spanish shed. The bike is 100%