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bumblebee 10 coil blow out

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toasted coil on the bumblebee 10. 2nd one on this tractor. this one is probably operator error but not sure. engine has nova II trigger and it fires upon first engagement of starter button and at release. Is that normal? operator error occurred when i didnt open gas valve under tank, kept grinding starter and then smoke from the coil. pics of what i found. thought i had a ground problem but think i just have to learn to start ones with novaII different (and turn on gas) i guess.

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Originally posted by dentwizz
That looks pretty mean :O Good time to go Magnetron and skip the points altogether;) $25 and done.
Now thats a thought. Never done that but what the heck.

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