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radio capacitor
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I would like to buy a radio capacitor that plugs into the plug on the voltage regulator and a junction block that mounts near the voltage regulator.  This is for a
71.
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(07-30-2018, 06:24 PM)71fast Wrote: I would like to buy a radio capacitor that plugs into the plug on the voltage regulator and a junction block that mounts near the voltage regulator.  This is for a
71.

I have several used ones in stock, but I have no way of testing them.  I believe Virginia Classic Mustang sells a concours-correct version, though for a 65:
http://www.virginiaclassicmustang.com/65...82317.aspx

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(07-30-2018, 06:42 PM)midlife Wrote:
(07-30-2018, 06:24 PM)71fast Wrote: I would like to buy a radio capacitor that plugs into the plug on the voltage regulator and a junction block that mounts near the voltage regulator.  This is for a
71.

I have several used ones in stock, but I have no way of testing them.  I believe Virginia Classic Mustang sells a concours-correct version, though for a 65:
http://www.virginiaclassicmustang.com/65...82317.aspx

Yes Virginia had one for a 71 also.  30 bucks + shipping. Thanks for the info.  How about the junction block?
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Junction blocks are reproduced, but you'll typically find them in the Shelby section for some reason...

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Easy way to test them, just charge it up, hold the can in one hand and touch the wire connector with a finger on the other hand. If you feel a jolt up both arms you'll know it works. Smile

Back when I worked on such things a good joke was to charge one up and put it on the desk, never took long for somebody to pick it up and start playing with it. Some interesting reactions and noises.



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#6
I would like a flux capacitor to take my car back to 1971

Steve
1971 Grandé
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NPD has both of them. Here are the links

https://www.npdlink.com/product/condense...%26year%3D

https://www.npdlink.com/product/block-as...%26year%3D
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Now I wish I wouldn't have bought that capacitor for 30.
I saw that junction block.  Do you think it looks just like an original?
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(07-31-2018, 09:42 PM)71fast Wrote: Now I wish I wouldn't have bought that capacitor for 30.
I saw that junction block.  Do you think it looks just like an original?

Its close. But you need to look at them next to each for a good comparison. There a petty good photo on their web site.


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I believe this is the one that plugs into the voltage regulator.
https://www.npdlink.com/product/suppress...196013/432



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