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Re: 9n generator

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Dell (WA)

03-07-2013 09:34:19
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noble527.........it matters, look CLOSELY at yer 2-posts on yer genny. One is INSULATED (plastic) and the other is GROUND. do NOT connect yer 6-volt charger to GROUND ...or... you will buying a new (and rare) 6-volt charger.

ALL squarecan ignition coils used on the weird 9N 4-nipple dizzy, require the MANDATORY "infamous ballast resistor. NO ARGUE!!!

As fer the "3-wire" ballast resistor question. One of the terminals is the BATTERY source. And the source provides electricity to one of the ignition switch terminals. The ignition switch then provides electricity to one-side of the MANDATORY ballast resistor and the OTHER side of the ballast resistor, a wire goes thru the sparkie tube to the top of the squarecan ignition coil terminal.

You do know that you MUST "polarize" yer 2-terminal roundcan cut-out underneath the battery tray on the steering column, don't you??? Just "arc-spark" the 2-terminals together, engine OFF. I use a pair of pliers handles, you can use bailin'warr iff'n you want. You can re-polarize as many times as it takes to feel warm'n'fuzzy ...er... charging.

As a side note; adjust yer 3rd-brush so yer ammeter reads about 5-amps charge (+) at 1/3-throttle. Gennys do NOT charge at idle. .......the charged Dell

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JMOR

03-07-2013 10:05:55
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 Re: 9n generator in reply to Dell (WA), 03-07-2013 09:34:19  
Nope....doesn't matter on his. From his original post: "It has one wire, and then on case it has 2 studs with a jumper wire on them"
He is using an 8N10000A, & with the A-to-G jumper, it acts just like a 9N10000C or 2N10000. Like this: with high-end/high cost/deluxe tensioner :)



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