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Re: farmall m update

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MLPANKEY

11-20-2012 04:31:57
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north puller said: (quoted from post at 18:59:06 11/19/12) The yellow is the old tq curve posted yesterday. The pink is the new curve.

The only change was to change the distributor advance springs from the lightest ones in a recurve kit to the heaviest ones. Also my base timming likely has changed - i didnt check it before i pulled off the dizzy.
cogratulations on considerably droping the torque curve in the 300 pto rpms to 500 pto rpm range.
This post was edited by MLPANKEY at 04:32:19 11/20/12.

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north puller

11-20-2012 05:45:01
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 Re: farmall m update in reply to MLPANKEY, 11-20-2012 04:31:57  
Well the tq curve isn't perfect yet. I still have work to do. What I did manage to do was get rid of the erratic spike in the curve.


Got any helpful sugestions?


I have different springs to try, different base timming to try, and if I can dig one up, a different advance plate to try.


Recomendations?


I need to tune the ignition timming to get the highest tq above 540 (pink curve) and the highest tq below 540 (yellow curve).


By the way, at 300 pto rpm my ground speed is cut in half and the pull is over at that point anyway.

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11-20-2012 18:18:12
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 Re: farmall m update in reply to north puller, 11-20-2012 05:45:01  
There is a great article in MOPAR Action magazine this month on timing and distributors. Starts on page 40. You can find it at the Wal-Mart magazine rack. It may be on line too.



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