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gregg

08-03-2001 17:39:34




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how can i get more power out of the engine? advance timing 1-3 degrees? etc.




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Carp

08-03-2001 19:45:51




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 Re: farmall H in reply to gregg, 08-03-2001 17:39:34  
What reason are you trying to get more hp out your H? It may be a better idea to just get a bigger tractor.



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Bob (WI)

08-03-2001 18:30:08




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 Re: farmall H in reply to gregg, 08-03-2001 17:39:34  
Personaly if the H don't have enough power sell it and get a M, your not gonna gain much by hopping up a H other than more broken parts. Just My Opinion



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farmall_H

08-04-2001 17:07:52




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 Re: Re: farmall H in reply to Bob (WI), 08-03-2001 18:30:08  
i have a farmall H that has around 50 horsepower, and the first thing that i did to it was to get a new spring for in the govener, and then take the carb off of an M and a new aftermarket manifold. then if u want to make things flow better take the die grinder and smooth out the intake and exhaust on your maniflod. u can also buy an electronic ignition and better spark plug wires, and u still won't have too much money invested in it and it should run better. good luck

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