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Stationary Engines Discussion Forum

Re: Hit and miss engine.

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Kelly Barnett

09-25-2011 05:29:56

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Edward, Something is a little array in you pictures I think. Depending on the serial number. If the pictures are correct and the head has never been replaced then you have a IHC M that would have had a Bosch mag in it. It would have been the transition between the low tension mag and the Wico EK mag. If the serial number falls in that range then you have a more rare version of the M model. If you have an older, low tension mag, serial number then your engine has been pieced together in the past. Your fuel system has also been modified in the past. That is really quite normal to see. I hope you have fun with it. Remember one is just a starting point to many more.

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03-09-2013 15:35:55

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 Re: Hit and miss engine. in reply to Kelly Barnett, 09-25-2011 05:29:56  
Hi, I have a model M engine serial #A1873. yr 1917. It has a sparkplug head. It's missing mag. You mentioned in a post to Edward that there was a transition between low tension and wico mags. I am going to restore this one and would like to gather all and any information I can get. Also the flywheels look just like Ed's. Thanks again. Daniel Dekle from Georgia.

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