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Offline coater87

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lost link
« on: 10.01. 2011 23:35 »
 Guys,

 a while back someone posted a link to a K2F rebuild done by someone maybe in Norway. It was a web site, and I cannot find this link at all.

 I have been gone a while, I got a new job and an apprentieship for industrial electrician/electronics. I have been very busy trying to keep up with school, and work. Hopefully now that some of the hard times are over, I can get back on the bike and finish it up.

 Knowing what I have learned, I feel more confident trying to wind a magneto. Hardest part is setting up the lathe to put on the wire I think.

 Lee
Central Wisconsin in the U.S.

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Re: lost link
« Reply #1 on: 11.01. 2011 08:24 »
was it that one?

http://www.brufnut.de/WORKSHOP/LUCAS/lucas.htm

That's a German guy from Munich though.
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Re: lost link
« Reply #2 on: 11.01. 2011 09:09 »
That's quite an interesting article, thanks Marcus. I did not know there was so much in it. I'm not that good at sparky things.
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Re: lost link
« Reply #3 on: 11.01. 2011 09:29 »
You got to trawl the rest of the hompage, muskrat. He also describes the process of building a BS SS-100 replica. Brilliant.
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Re: lost link
« Reply #4 on: 11.01. 2011 17:01 »
 Yup, thats the one! *smile*

 That is one talented guy. Makes you think we could be making a lot of our own replacement parts instead
of some of the garbage we have to use.

 Lee
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