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Re: Jubilee ignition troubles

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10-02-2019 07:54:43

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1. Check points gap
2. Use good quality points
3. When it cuts out try a jumper wire across the switch, or jumper from hot battery source to coil input

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 Re: Jubilee ignition troubles in reply to rvirgil_KS, 10-02-2019 07:54:43  
Used napa and tisco points and condenser. Tried a jumper to coil and battery charger to increase voltage at coil to no avail. Who else make good points and condensors anymore that you can trust. So if I go with electronic ignition do I just need to install the pickup in the distributor and plug wires I believe? I can leave the 6 volt system intact?

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10-02-2019 20:34:55

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 Re: Jubilee ignition troubles in reply to mkuhns, 10-02-2019 16:55:55  
Yes you can leave the 6 volt system alone, I did. You add the pickup in the distributor and I also added a Flamethrower coil as well. If your plugs and wires are old you may want to change them as well but I don't think it's absolutely necessary.
I must stress that a good 6 volt battery is very important as the Pertronix requires a specific minimum voltage to work.
Again I made all of these changes 1 time and never messed with it again.
It is the single best improvement I made to both of my tractors. They both start with the first push of the starter button.

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