Electronic ignition.

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Gnasha
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Electronic ignition.

Hi,  I have purchased an electronic Ignition module for small engines to replace the points and condenser on my Ransomes Twenty-Four.   Its suitable for 2 leg and 3 leg ignition coils mine is three, however its not suitable for flywheels with multiple magnets. Is mine multiple or is that one large magnet? please see photo.

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I’m guessing that your Twenty

I’m guessing that your Twenty Four has Villiers F15 engine.  I’ve just sold my late Dad’s Twenty Four that’s been fitted with a Meco module and running with it quite happily for about the last twenty years.

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thank you that's great news.

 Its a F15 engine and I have purchased the item below, so I'll be giving it a try.

 

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Image 1 - Electronic Ignition Module For Small Engine Motor Replaces Points And Condensor

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 Its a F15 engine and I have

 Its a F15 engine and I have purchased the item below, so I'll be giving it a try.

 

Thanks again

 

Image 1 - Electronic Ignition Module For Small Engine Motor Replaces Points And Condensor

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That’s what is usually

That’s what is usually marketed as a Nova. A bit more bulky than a Meco making it unsuitable for some internal installations but will be fine or either internal fitting where space permits, equally suitable fo external mounting.