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Re: Super Dexta electrical

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The Swanndri Guy

08-20-2011 16:47:46
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With a generator, it can be either pos or neg earth as it depends on which way the generator has been polarised.(My Super Dexta and Petrol Dexta are both neg earth.)TSG.




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Darwin Taylor

08-24-2011 05:19:43
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 Re: Super Dexta electrical in reply to The Swanndri Guy, 08-20-2011 16:47:46  
TSG. You are right about generator, but what about starter. It would have to be changed since polarity change, changes direction of rotation. Can I ask about your Dexta's starters? Darwin



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Aussie Frank

08-25-2011 20:08:15
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 Re: Super Dexta electrical in reply to Darwin Taylor, 08-24-2011 05:19:43  
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Your starter will not rotate in the wrong direction even if you reverse the polarity. Only permanent magnet motors will do that. Your starter would even work on 12 volts AC because it is of the wound field type.

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