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In Reply to: 8N 1952 sputters, then dies after a while at hiher RPM with load. posted by Tom Branum on Monday, July 17, 2017:
6 or 12 volt?
Where are you getting your points? Cheap points that do not maintain .025 gap on side distributor or .015 on front distributor will cause similar problems.
Dying after a few minutes could be ignition switch failure. Check by jumpering the switch or terminal block.
12 volt conversion with defective or off value resistor between switch and coil input
Cracked and/or corroded wiring or connections
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