I just rebuild a Master Vibrator Coil and made it usable again.
To completely finish the job I am looking for one missing bracket, an Original switch plate and the using and adjustment writing in the cover.
Maybe some one can help me.
I adjust the coil connecting it in a loop with a normal coil who has the point bridged. Current was 1.4A and the cushion spring could move his all way up and down. This was done on a 6V battery, it will be check on a HCCT in the near future.
Looks great. Are you going to use it? If so, on what car?
Very nice work Andre. Those boxes look wonderful on a T.
I am intended to use on a 1922 roadster, all wood, we are building now with my 86 years old Dad.
Andre, good luck with that master vibrator. I used one on a 1912 touring for a while. The main problem I saw is that when the master does a misfire, all the coils misfire. In other words, if the master quits the car stops not like if one coil quits and you are running on three cylinders.
It still looks good on the dash board, but it no longer in service.
In the coil I changed all the wiring. The new capacitor is from Fun Project and contacts will be changed as the new contacts, I ordered ten days ago, arrive.
As you can see the coil box on the car have a switch and normal good working coils are available in the trunk. They can be changed easily.
Good idea. I used a MV on our 09 for a while while waiting for a coil rebuild. It worked great and I have it available if one of the coils act up again.