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Sunpro CP7673

Postby BIGHOSS » Sun Aug 03, 2014 5:02 pm

I am the proud owner of a Sunpro CP 7673 Inductive Engine Analyzer. It was a yard sale find for $10. The volt meter works as it should. My question is what other features will be useful to analyze a cub engine? It has idle rpm check, dwell meter, generator and alternator check and other features.

I am happy just to have an accurate analog volt meter. So, any other benefit would just be gravy.
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Re: Sunpro CP7673

Postby Eugene » Mon Aug 04, 2014 5:18 am

The Ohms feature will be useful for continuity and resistance checks.

Some of the other features may or may not work on the Cub. I have several different brands of engine analyzers and find that the Cub's ignition and electrical systems are not "Clean" enough to get accurate readings.
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