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Re: 12v conversion - now hard/no start when cold - ytmag kit

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01-10-2013 19:30:48

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IF their kit had not included the 12v coil, then and only then would you install the second ballast in series with the original for use with the original 6v coil operating on 12v.

Kits Chuck :!: I don't see any reason why this issue can not be figgered out...

Short belt issue,,, I want the shortest belt I CAN PRY ON A FRONT MOUNT CONVERSION... A pix would help solve your issue... I am interested in the alt pulley Wink Wink....

Coil start issue... Whut he said...

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01-10-2013 19:45:55

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 Re: 12v conversion - now hard/no start when cold - ytmag kit in reply to Hobo,NC, 01-10-2013 19:30:48  
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And there in lies the problem... instructions didnt say anything but "IF" - and why would something for a 6v coil come in a kit that came with a 12v coil?

(assuming the "kits Chuck" comment was aimed at someone else? Maybe someone in charge of the kit assembly?)

I like the 1" longer belt, fits, no prying, and clears the bottom of the dist just a bit more... but still have the original new belt as a spare. The pulley is the one from the kit, had to swap the orig pulley from the Alt, and put that one on. It was the one for the wider belt as compared to normal automotive belts

Will remove the second resistor and patch the wiring tomorrow and should be all well and good.

Thanks again for the info!


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