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Over the summer, I picked up an Allen 16-110 engine analyzer. The problem with it is that it didn't come with leads or a manual. Does anybody here have any info on these, especially schematics for the leads? I've run these before, so I don't need a full instruction manual.
This one is the old scope style, predates the computer ones by a bit.
Real trucks have the key on the left FTE Guidelines
Now I feel better thinking I was the only one with old equipment.
I have a Sun EPA 75 two gas with scope, still works and great for
trouble shooting. You try the manufacture, they still had information
on my machine?
Man I got about 30 pages sent to me free by Sun for my machine.
I even located another analyzer for $20 that I use for spare parts to keep this thing running. So far the gas tube, vacuum pump and Hc gauge came in handy. The king of packrats here.. I could of had a BAR 90 machine for $250 but no room. I'll take a dyno with all the support for it.
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