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Re: Super 90 diesel Massey

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OK that should help. I got another generator w/o tach drive option from a neighbor of mine, who runs a JD 20 and 30 series salvage company. So I will get by without a tach until the temps are better, as I need the tractor now for blowing snow as I run a IHC 80 blower on it. I figure this at least will get me going again. I will likely order one and convert it when I have more time. I assume I will have to change the wiring in the system on the old Voltage regulator since the new alternator has a built in one. I think I will try to self excite it. Have you or anyone else had any experience doing this? I'd like to know how well this works. I've read that they need to run at a minimum of 800 RPM to work that way.
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01-11-2020 14:04:50

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 Re: Super 90 diesel Massey in reply to super 90 perkins, 01-11-2020 07:53:22  
If it's a one wire Delco it won't need anything but installed. Depending on pulley size, it MIGHT not begin charging until engine is sped up a bit after starting. Smaller pulley will spin it faster, so system will begin charging at a lower speed.

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