The alternator output as standard with a Relay Regulator PP-302 will output a nominal 6V. If it is in good condition you can use a 12V regulator to output 12V. Most people use a H-D or VW regulator for their 12V generators and hide it in the Bakelite box of the PP-302. Alternatively, if you've got the skills you can make an electronic regulator for either 6 or 12V. http://vurd.name/2014/06/28/электронный ... ор-рр-302/
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The following things are incorrect for a M63
- fuel tank
- small things, like regulator, brake switch and possibly, do I see spring under seat?
Hard to see all from the pictures.
The M63 would have the banded tank, K301s, a tranny with integrated metal air filter, rear brake switch on the brake pedal shaft, rubber cushioned seat and a big electro mechanical regulator.
Does the engine have a filter in front? The M63 did not.
Early M-63 did not have the banded tank, they continued using the tank from the M-62 as on this bike. Very early M-63 also used the M-62 mudguards (fenders) with a different rear guard mounting system. Prototype M-63 even had rear shock mounts similar to the BMW /2 and early brochures showed the bike with those shock mounts. The 1969 M-63 brought into Australia had these tanks (mostly), the 1971 models had the banded tanks (mostly).
The generator should have on the front cover -
Г 414 6В65ВТ
ГОСТ. 3940-XX (for a year)
СДЕЛАНO В СССР
In the middle should be the manufacture, in my case ОЗАТЭ.
On the rear are the letters Ш & Я.
The plate on the headstock should have -
IMZ logo in a circle
ГОСТ 7635-59 (Standard built to)
МОДЕЛЬ М-63 (Model)
ГОД ВЫПУСКА (Year of Manufacture)
МОТОЦИКЛ № (Frame Number)
ДВИГАТЕЛЬ № (Engine Number)
РАБ.ОБЪЕМ 649 cm3 (Working Volume)
СДЕЛАНО В СССР (Made in USSR)
New plate from http://www.oldtimergarage.eu/catalog/pr ... ts_id=1810
Aluminium, not the original steel.