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Re: D6 pony motor

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08-17-2012 06:01:40

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What motor is the pony going on? Next week I'll be working out of town for a customer that had a factory service manual for the D333 thats in his old D6. I used it last year when I rebuilt the main engine for him and I believe it also has all of the pony motor stuff in it too. If you need something out of it just let me know, and I'll see if he'll let me bum it off of him for a day or so while I'm town.

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08-17-2012 17:14:21

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 Re: D6 pony motor in reply to NCWayne, 08-17-2012 06:01:40  
P.S. NCWayne, mine is a D6-8U. I'm really not sure what the main engine is. I did hear a small rumor that most pony motors are the same. Not sure, just something someone said recently.

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08-17-2012 20:33:00

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 Re: D6 pony motor in reply to chickensoup, 08-17-2012 17:14:21  
Main engine is a D318 on the 8U/9U series.
Pony looks similar to others but is unique to the D6 series.

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08-17-2012 17:10:22

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 Re: D6 pony motor in reply to NCWayne, 08-17-2012 06:01:40  
Thanks NCWayne, that would be great! I think OldMagnet got me on the right track for now, although I may need other info as I go. I see a few posts on here about mag timing. Sounds a bit tricky maybe, I guess I will find out soon enough. This is a little side project though, so I'm not setting any speed records.

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