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Old September 22nd 05, 03:36 AM
Dick Kurtz
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Default Bendix Magneto Question

I have an engine going into a homebuilt that uses the bendix D-2000 series
dual magneto. I have ordered a crank triggered ignition system to fire one
set of plugs and would like to replace the dual magneto with a single
magneto to fire the other set of plugs. The Starting functions will be
accomplished using the Electronic system so I do not need an impulse
coupling or retard breaker.

DOES ANYONE KNOW THE APPLICABILITY OF SINGLE MAGS TO REPLACE A DUAL MAGNETO?
THAT IS, WHICH SINGLE MAG WOULD REPLACE MY DUAL?

IF NOT, DOES ANYONE HAVE A CONTACT AT BENDIX THAT MIGHT BE ABLE TO ANSWER MY
QUESTIONS?

THANKS IN ADVANCE!


Mag Type: D6RN-2230
Mag Part # 10-382610-121
System Part # 10-385286-401


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