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Old 08-16-2019, 07:28 PM   #8
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Default Re: Relocating condenser

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Originally Posted by 42guy View Post
You will lose a couple mF due to the increased wire length. The Ford spec for 42 -48 is 0.25-0.32 mF. If you use a late 60's Mopar cond. which is rated 0.34, if will make up for the lose. You want a late 60's 318 cond. The Standard Blue Streak # is AL111X. I talked to Std. rep. and they said it runs 0.2-0.34 mF. And like I said, I have had same one for 15 yrs.
Well, I admit I don't understand mf. And will have to check which condenser I have now that has run perfectly for 8 years.
But when I first got my 46, 42guy (Richard) nursed me thru carb and dizzy problems. That is when I moved the condenser up to where it is easy to get to. 8000 miles on it and run every other day on short and long trips. He is a great guy with years of flathead racing and driving and hope to get up to visit him soon.
John
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