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More Bendix SF4, SF6 SB5 magneto parts

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Flying is a miracle.
Feb 1, 2013
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I have two used, overhauled coils for Bendix SF4, SF6 or SB5 magnetos. Part number 10-15829V. These have been overhauled and tested by Al Marcucci at Savage Magnetos. The old cloth covered wires were replaced at overhaul.

I checked the resistance of these coils with my Fluke multimeter and the black coil pictured below has 6390 Ω of resistance and the brown coil pictured below has 6060 Ω of resistance. The Bendix factory overhaul manual states that the reading must be from 5000-8000 Ω to be acceptable.

I have vacuum sealed these with desi-paks to ensure that they stay in a good state of preservation.

Fresno Airparts sells these for $97.50 plus shipping and tax. I am asking $50 each. Message me if interested.






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