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2n 12 volt conversion

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tom bleeker

07-26-2014 18:04:43

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I found a wiring diagram for single wire three brush
gen and you could use the generator for 12 volt conversion or iam seeing things

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Ultradog MN

07-26-2014 19:31:49

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 Re: 2n 12 volt conversion in reply to tom bleeker, 07-26-2014 18:04:43  
Dunno what the photo or diagram was that you saw.
But if you are going to convert you might as well get the best bang for your buck and don't do it half way.
Go with a 3 wire GM 10-SI alternator and be done with it. Whatever you decide to do with your ignition system, your charging system will likely require NO maintenance between battery changes.

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tom bleeker

07-26-2014 18:14:54

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 Re: 2n 12 volt conversion in reply to tom bleeker, 07-26-2014 18:04:43  
Sorry for stupid ? It was just showing pic of 2n 6volt system

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07-26-2014 18:14:38

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 Re: 2n 12 volt conversion in reply to tom bleeker, 07-26-2014 18:04:43  
there are single wire alternator conversions for 12c on 2n. but you won't be getting 12v from a stock 3 brush N genny even with the juice screw cranked...

if you want a 12v 9n/2n, eithe rmake the brackets or buy a kit.

hang the alt, get the battery, get the 2.5 ohm coil, keep the oem resistor.

if you go whole hog nd get ei, get it running on points first while doing the alt conversion.. then get the ei kit that has the coil blank off plate and lets you use a normal round coil vs the old style square coils and resistor (combos ).

my 2 cents anyway..

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