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Old 11-25-2013, 06:58 PM   #2501
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I'm sure on a DLE 222. There is one magnet triggering two hall sensors 180* apart, front/back sets.
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Don't confuse him more Dale...he can't picture the 2 magnets yet!!
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

Sorry.. Looking back my comment about the ignition on the quads made no sense, LOL!

What I meant was all the quads have (2) pick-up sensors.... The sensor on the top of the crankcase triggers the ignition for the front bank of cylinders. The sensor underneath triggers the rear bank ignition.
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Don't confuse him more Dale...he can't picture the 2 magnets yet!!
See why use younger folk always rebel against the older "wiser" folk. Asked to see and learn and got a smart ass response. Last time I asked.
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Doug, I got a real compliment today. While at the A&W today a fella asked my opinion on powering his upcoming 100cc airframe.
His question was what would I suggest:
A 3W 110, a ZDZ 112 B2 RV-J, or the new MVVS 116 NP ? Made me feel good that there are guy's out there that think only top shelf stuff.
Mind you at his age he has no time left for grief.

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WOW....you obviously run into a westerner! I'd have been in shock!

Nice when a person runs into seasoned professionals!

No need to ask what your suggestion might have been as they're all top tier!
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See why use younger folk always rebel against the older "wiser" folk. Asked to see and learn and got a smart ass response. Last time I asked.
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Old 11-25-2013, 07:06 PM   #2506
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Sorry.. Looking back my comment about the ignition on the quads made no sense, LOL!

What I meant was all the quads have (2) pick-up sensors.... The sensor on the top of the crankcase triggers the ignition for the front bank of cylinders. The sensor underneath triggers the rear bank ignition.
There's also a second magnet!
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Hey Jack, are you home yet?
I'll let the mafia know.


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Hey Jack, are you home yet?
I'll let the mafia know.


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So that's one of those "City" pigs. Sorry I had it confused with it's country cousin.

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No problem Dale. Thought about trying to put it on one of our bacon pigs, but thought better of it, considering they weigh about 120lbs
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