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Re: How do I check my 9n RPMs

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Btzj02

01-24-2023 06:19:34




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I use the free App "strobily" on my android smart phone. Google how to use a strobe light. A piece of reflective tape on the PTO shaft is all you need to find 54O RPM. Which, Using Bruce's math translates into engine RPM.




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Blackhole49

01-24-2023 08:03:43




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 Re: How do I check my 9n RPMs in reply to Btzj02, 01-24-2023 06:19:34  
Why not just put a new tach. on it?



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Farmalldude45

01-24-2023 09:44:03




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 Re: How do I check my 9n RPMs in reply to Blackhole49, 01-24-2023 08:03:43  
Never seen a 9n with a tach. Must have been a dealer installed option:>).



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Blackhole49

01-25-2023 06:08:20




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 Re: How do I check my 9n RPMs in reply to Farmalldude45, 01-24-2023 09:44:03  
Thanks, never been around a 9n or 2n and just assumed (you know what they say) they were the same as an 8n.



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