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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old May 6th, 04, 04:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hi, I'm wiring up a test ignition to fire up my rebuilt engine. Does the positive side of the coil get a full 12 volts or do I need a ballist resistor? If not 12 volts, what does it need?

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Twelve volts on startup, after warmup, then 6-9 volts. Can be through a ballast resistor or an external power supply, any constant voltage/constant current linear power supply handling up to 10 amps.

I assume from your post, the engine is on a stand, not in the car, or the car doesn't have wiring...

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Your second guess. The motor is in the car, but I don't have a wiring harness yet.
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