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Can you help ID this After Market Ignition Chip?


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06-14-08, 12:18 PM   #1  
Can you help ID this After Market Ignition Chip?

This is on an Allis Chalmers B-10. I think its about an 8 Hp Briggs with a Starter/Generator combination

The circuit is simple.
That Blue wire coming off the Chip splices into two wires.
One goes inside the Air Foil of the engine, and I'm assuming it goes to an ignition magneto coil under the flywheel.
The other wire from that splice goes to a switch in the panel. To start the engine you open the switch, to stop the engine you close the switch which grounds the output of the coil.

On the side of the Chip I can just faintly see some ink marks.
I think it might have said: "Made in ROC, Taiwan." or it might have been a brand name with: " * AOC * * " as a brand name.

Here's the photos. I'll keep my fingers crossed for some help from the crowd around the preverbial Cracker barrel.







 
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06-14-08, 01:29 PM   #2  
That is a Mega-Fire Transistorized Ignition Module Part number 440-065 sold by Stens. Stens is an aftermarket small engine parts supplier.
Many small engine shops carry Stens aftermarket parts.

http://www.stens.com/

http://www.stens.com/dealernet/catal...lts=10&sType=5

 
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