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Wd runs fine then misses

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johnny hicks

02-13-2002 09:30:43




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i have a 51 model wd that i have recently converted to 12volts and put on a new carburator. it runs like a swiss watch for awhile then starts to miss. sometimes after it warms up and is re-started it will run good for awhile. could my coil be weak? it has a magneto converstion that someone else has done. any ideas?




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Bryan IA

02-15-2002 22:09:26




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 Re: wd runs fine then misses in reply to johnny hicks, 02-13-2002 09:30:43  
I have done every thing told that you have heard but find the fouling cylinder and gap the plug abit more.



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JOHNNY HICKS

02-15-2002 00:40:16




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 Re: wd runs fine then misses in reply to johnny hicks, 02-13-2002 09:30:43  
THANKS FOR THE INFO. I HAD FIGURED ON CHANGING THE COIL AND THE CONDENSER TO START WITH.



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Steve in N.J.

02-13-2002 19:47:06




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 Re: wd runs fine then misses in reply to johnny hicks, 02-13-2002 09:30:43  
Johnny,
I'm custom making solid core spark plug wires now for AC's. Mag or Distributor. Aftermarket companies around me offer only carbon. Like Norm says: No good. Ditto for the Chimpanzee spark plugs...Give them to the Arts & Crafts people. Maybe they can make somethin' out of em' E-mail me if interested..



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Greg

02-27-2002 15:44:16




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 Re: Re: wd runs fine then misses in reply to Steve in N.J., 02-13-2002 19:47:06  
Steve,
How much for solid core wires for WD with Distributor. I'm in Minnesota.



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Dave in Mo

02-14-2002 03:43:03




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 Re: Re: wd runs fine then misses in reply to norm , 02-13-2002 17:47:41  
By the way Norm, where and when is the "Parade of Orange" this coming year?



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Dave K (Fl)

02-13-2002 15:19:34




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 Re: wd runs fine then misses in reply to johnny hicks, 02-13-2002 09:30:43  
I had the exact problem with my WD and it turned out to be the condenser. (Magneto ign).

Dave



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Ron

02-13-2002 12:35:04




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 Re: wd runs fine then misses in reply to johnny hicks, 02-13-2002 09:30:43  
Could be the coil, or the condenser.... Could be a plug wire, or plug, too... Could even be that the valves need re-adjusted...the rockers may need to be removed, and the valve stem end ground or filed to a non-worn condition....otherwise they are hard to set accurately.... One thing I CAN tell you for sure...If there is just ONE drop of water in the sediment bowl, ours will start missing.......!!! Don't ask me why...I don't know....always have, and we have had these since 1955, and 1957..!!

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