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Re: 1954 TEA20 wiring

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Charles in Aus.

07-24-2014 18:04:30
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Chrome really does make them go faster Bob :D
My TED is a 1952 model , factory 12 volt positive to ground . Yes the bell housing does look a little beefier on your than mine . An interesting variation , never noticed that before . Maybe your grey cells are not so old and tired after all !

I run it on unleaded petrol exclusively , no kerosene at all , it may have a petrol carburettor fitted , I have never been able to find the mysterious 'VO' stamp that denotes a kerosene carburettor on it anywhere . It doesn't seem to lack power , TEDs of that era had some extra rings to help prevent oil
contamination , consequently the compression is very good .
I don't use the lights very much but Ohm's law does help to sort out the bulb size . I do the same with wire gauges , go for the biggest that will fit and look reasonable . I find welding cable to be very good for starter power supplies .

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Lonnie Vt

08-17-2014 12:39:48
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 Re: 1954 TEA20 wiring in reply to Charles in Aus., 07-24-2014 18:04:30  
Well it's rewired everything electrical new but the generator and running well. Must be the ethenal in the fuel that raises hell with the fuel system?? Cleaned tank had to replace bowl assembly and gave carb a quick cleaning. It gallops a lot at idle so I think next is tear down carb and rebuild. Should I be putting ethanol free gas in it or additive? All in all the things been sitting for sometime and very impressed how little it took to get going. Thanks again to everyone for advised!

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