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I have a couple of questions for the A-C and Simplicity experts out there. How easy is it to put in a Magnetron, I believe, electronic ignition into a Briggs motor? Are there many wires that need to be hooked up or not? Also I was wondering about the breather cover over the valves on a 243431 series motor. Is there a pad that goes underneath the cover? I don't think I have one and I wasn't sure if there was one that went on. Thank you.

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There have been many a discussion about magnetrons. Do a search with "magnetron" or "flywheel". Also if you go to briggsandstratton.com you can pull up the complete parts list for your engine. I was able to print it out and keep it for reference. I converted my 243431 briggs to magnetron, if you have any questions or if you have trouble finding the parts list at briggs drop me an email. Gene

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