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Re: fired once on ether.. This is odd

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shinnery

01-16-2013 19:45:14
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This sounds more and more like an old Int. Travelall I had years ago and did a tune-up on. Would not start and finished off the old starter trying. Turns out I had put a new bad condenser in the dist. Rebuilt starter and new new condenser and it ran fine til I let it sit and the gaskets dried out in the 2 bbl Holley, but that is another story.

Bryce




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R Wyler

01-16-2013 19:55:46
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 Re: fired once on ether.. This is odd in reply to shinnery, 01-16-2013 19:45:14  
I think I still have the old condensor I will try it tomorrow. Also I had put a new coil on it and took it off and put the one on from my 930 that I had running a few weeks ago. I will try the condensor. After this I guess I will see about checking the regulator out.



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glr62

01-16-2013 20:26:58
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 Re: fired once on ether.. This is odd in reply to R Wyler, 01-16-2013 19:55:46  
think you are one hole off on timing!!!



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R Wyler

01-17-2013 06:22:51
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 Re: fired once on ether.. This is odd in reply to glr62, 01-16-2013 20:26:58  
I located TDC lose push rods, pisoton at the top and TDC on flywheel is on pointer. The rotor is pointing more or less to the corner of the head. I moved the dist to where the points are about half open and #1 wire in cap is about in line with rotor. I have them set 153624. Am I wrong somewhere? I sure need to know if I am.



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Captainhookerus

01-17-2013 10:56:42
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 Re: fired once on ether.. This is odd in reply to R Wyler, 01-17-2013 06:22:51  
If the points are half open at TDC you are timed way to slow.



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Captainhookerus

01-17-2013 12:46:43
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 Re: fired once on ether.. This is odd in reply to Captainhookerus, 01-17-2013 10:56:42  
Depending if you are on front side of cam or backside,when the points first break contact is when the coil fires.



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R Wyler

01-17-2013 16:58:31
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 Re: fired once on ether.. This is odd in reply to Captainhookerus, 01-17-2013 12:46:43  
Yes I have made sure to pay attention to the cam rotaion and lobes. I am running out hope of getting it going without getting someone out there to look at it.



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