Hi dear "cub operators"
I had problems with my voltage regulator.After fews verications i decided to change it.But i thinked that i changed it for nothing 'cause;after reconnectiong all the wires (at the right place of course) i reconnected the positive cable at the battery.Surprise!A little spark appear and i clearly heard the contact points operating inside the box,even with the ignition at "off" position!!After a twice verification for wires and tried again.The gen/starter was barely able to spin a turn!So i disconnect again the batt. cable and it was hot a little bit.No doubt now,i got a short somewhere.Can somebody show me the electric diagram on a 100 model?
Seems that i will have an overtime week-end ahead reparing my "faithful"(?)
Ya think "Mom" may have smacked her belly on the rocker-panels of the Chevelle when she was banging on the starter while pregnant with you? Might explain a lot!
Tell her the 914 was just a glorified VW anyway...
The Spyders are nice cars, but the insurance on a $250,000 vintage aluminum-bodied race car has got to be a B$$$H! <font size="-2">Not to mention "door-dings" at the local "Pack-n-Save"...</font>
PS, I've owned a 911, a 912, three 914's and two 356's - one a Diettren-bodied Roadster. The Roadster was my favorite in every respect but one - maximum performance. That one belonged to the 914/6 hands down, even though I put a 140hp Corvair engine in the Roadster.
Art and John- Agreed,the 914-6 is a whole different game. A friend of mine recently sold a really beautiful 914. A company called Kelly Moss Motorsports brings all of their alignments to our shop,mostly late model 996,993,etc. You thought a narrow frame Cub was a PITA to work on!
Back on topic,is there a central list of PD6 attendees? Mr. Hoffman,will you be there or don't you know yet? I am more than ready cuz <font size="+2">DIESELS RULE,NO MATTER WHAT!</font>