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|Ronnie||Hello, I have my uncle's T030. I'm trying to convert 6V to a 12V?? What do I all need to change to make it possible? Battery, Alternator, Regulator, starter???? Please help, also is the wiring the same?? Thanks
|Leon||You would need every thing mentioned plus a coil , wiring can remiain as is,I would ,however
install a resister to coil to cut it to 6 volts
on the running cycle,wire resister so coil gets 12 volts only while starter is engaged,points and condenser have a tendency to burn when run on 12 volts continuosly,also due to drop in volts
while starter is in use the initial 12 volt to coil makes for easier starting.
|pierre||I also want to convert my T030. How do I tell where I am at now? I think the someone started the conversion.