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Palmer NR-2


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Old 11-22-2010, 08:57:07 PM
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Default Palmer NR-2

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can anyone tell me how to run this critter, just got it, i don;t know jack about it or anything on how to run it on BC or mag, BC them mag i suppose?
i see two terminals on the timer, for output, but i don;t see anywhere to get power to the timer?
strange , or i am just to blind to see , anyhow a bunch of help her would be appreciated,i tried on [old marine engines] no ans there yet-
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Default Re: Palmer NR-2

Look for Palmer Guru Dick Day over here:

http://www.oldmarineengine.com/cgi-b...cus/discus.cgi

Best of luck!
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Default Re: Palmer NR-2

D.J. The terminals on the timer are for the two ground wires from the buzz coils (it takes two coils or one double), one for each cylinder. The batt. ground is grounded to the engine and the plus wires from the batt. go to the plus on each coil. And as Tharper said, check with Dick Day. He is the best and a nice man to know.
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