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fourthgear
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Generator: any one recognize this generator

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Post by fourthgear » Mon Feb 05, 2007 7:32 am

Does any one recognize who might have made this generator?
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And if you need the Electric Franks , electronic regulators wiring color code.
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This is supposed to look better than the Cycle Electric reg.
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Re: Generator

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Post by Skip » Mon Feb 05, 2007 5:38 pm

ran one of those franks regulators for about 10 years...he's out-of-business I heard...tried to replace it and that is why I went with CycleElectric...by the way CycleElectric people are great...sent my generator back to them last week because I stripped out a mounting hole...they repaired the hole...up dated the brushes and new oil collector plate and sent it back to me in 1 day at minimal costs...Skip

fourthgear
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Re: Generator

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Post by fourthgear » Mon Feb 05, 2007 11:11 pm

skip
I have a new CE w/reg. on my other Pan and it works great. This one is off the 65 and looks like new ,not sure of the EF. reg.. I'm just curious about stuff on my motor and like to absorb all the info I can. Thats an odd looking stamp ( maybe I have it upside down )and doesn't' look familiar.
Glad CE. helped ya out, good to know in case some thing happens to mine.

In case any one wants to know , I found out who made the gen. in with these markings, Its Drag Specialties. The last owner found some more paper work and supplied it to me , how about that!

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