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Morgan :

Label the electrical connections like crazy.... A to A, B to B.... and so on. masking tape works well. It save terrible uncentaintly later.

What are you planning for the motor?
Just make sure what you label the wires with does not rub off when touched with hands covered in diesel. Dont ask how I know.
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Used Renault Engine RC8D

As to what I will be doing with the old (Renault) engine. Since it is still a working engine with all parts as well as some spare belts and an impeller, control panel and engine harness, I plan on selling it as a complete unit. But not until I have verified everything between the two engines. I have the luxury of being able to use the shop at work as well as the offered assistance of some of the machinists. The Renault engine as I indicated is a running engine. It starts easily, but with no available spare parts I am repowering while I have the opportunity to do so. I also want a more reliable engine with additional power (going from 8 Hp to 13 Hp) for cruising. So if you are in the market for a used Renault RC8D engine, let me know….
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