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Old 04-20-2015, 09:33 AM
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Here are a few pix of the control panel to test run the engines. Just need to wire it up and add a few items. Going with a electric fuel pump with a tank from a 100 I have . Any help with wireing or someone that has done this Please feel free to chime in or if you have one drawn up. I would like to be able touse any type of GT engines on her. Also, do I need some sort of load if im voing to run the engines on it like a wetbrake , or something?
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"Oh goody it has the SAM ignition, lucky you."

Years ago I had sold many Toro Wheelhorse 5XI and Simplicity Legacys with the Kohler Commands equipped with the Spark Advance Module. Shortly after I received service bulletins calling for module replacements. Many failed almost immediately. Service dept was extra busy!
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Old 04-20-2015, 09:42 AM
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Very nice test stand!
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Here are a few pix of the control panel to test run the engines. Just need to wire it up and add a few items. Going with a electric fuel pump with a tank from a 100 I have . Any help with wireing or someone that has done this Please feel free to chime in or if you have one drawn up. I would like to be able touse any type of GT engines on her. Also, do I need some sort of load if im voing to run the engines on it like a wetbrake , or something?
Are you building a Dyno or an engine work stand?
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No just a stand. But i want to do test runs on it.
I just wasn't sure how long you can run an engine without some sort of load on it.
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No load will not hurt it in the slightest....thats where the governor helps a tad bit. If yer that worried. Run a gm 1 wire alternator on it hooked to a few higher output light bulbs...
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hmm ok didn't know that!
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Old 04-27-2015, 12:11 AM
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Put the 14 on the stand today. Had to make a plate and some spacers, I love this stand. Thanks Rescue 11.
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I know I’m resurrecting an old thread... but are there any pics of the stand still around anywhere?

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I know I’m resurrecting an old thread... but are there any pics of the stand still around anywhere?

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I'm with you. Reading this thread has peaked my interest - pictures would be great. According to the write-up there were photos when it was first posted.
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