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not sure its worked ?

Evening all, 

Put some photos on the middle bike runs and is on a nova so will need an MOT to get a V5, I have rebuild the top end on this engine and driven it around a field (no brakes it was a big field)

the green bike has a V5  year of manufacture 1980 looks like it was imported in 1995

The third bike is a rolling chassis i will need to apply for nova for this one

the engine on the bench runs and was in the middle bike while the engine was being rebuilt 

I am now bogged down on the wiring none of the wiring diagrams seem to match the loom that i have on the table all of the bikes had been striped back to most basic wiring for off road use only  at this point i am creating a loom diagram and will make my own looms (someone must have done this in the past)

there are also two different rear ends the green one is the odd one out any ideas

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Managed to figure out photos all above are on my intro page but have put the two with different rear ends to see if anyone can shed light on the difference

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