Finally had some time today,hooked up a small fuel tank and a 6 volt lantern battery to the coils and hand cranked my tail off but was able to first time run my 1920 Roadster today for about a minute.Took some messing around and my arm is nice and tight now!Complete fresh engine and transmission,checked mag output quickly while it was running low idle is at 6.5-7 vac!Here are some pictures with the correct 5 terminal block and harnesses that were made at Rhode Island Wiring Service.Thanks so far for all the inspiration and helpful information from some very great T folks,would not have turned out as correct without you!Enjoy!!
Wow, major milestone, congratulations! Please keep us updated on further progress.
Very nice detail work you do, it should be a 10 when you complete it.
Absolutely beautiful work!
Fantastic work! The attention to detail is very evident. I know some will tell you over restored. Hardware bright zinc etc. I still LOVE it!
That is so nice and so much better than when Henry's workers assembled it. They were on a different time schedule of course. Every second you spent on this was worth it 10 fold. So 10 out of 10 for your work Tom, Perfect!
Also I think you will be glad you installed that manifold nut clamp. My brass nut was finger turn-able after a couple of years. New manifold and new nut.
Looking (and now sounding) VERY nice!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Man that is beautiful. What kind of paint did you use on the block?
Looks great Tom, you're on the right track,.
Follow the break in sheet.
Once you get it running and after it cools off check your head bolt torques.