I posted my reply to Charlie Palmer before I received yours. These
messages tend to confirm the theory that it's generator noise as well.
For example, my CB plugs into the circuit, but I use my Celphone on its
battery. Cel phone works fine.
How does one go about determining what capacitors to fit?
Do you use resistor spark plugs too?
Does negative ground change the static problem?
On Wed, 8 Apr 1998 15:03:03 -0500 firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>I've had similar problems, mostly with a cellular phone - not a CB.
>observation of solid copper wires being a problem is definitely a
>contributing factor is correct. I already have negative ground in the
>but have had the best luck changing to silicon core resistance plug
>The only down side of this is that the somewhat lower voltage to the
>has caused a bit more fouling than normal. This can be mostly overcome
>a higher output coil - like the Lucas Sport coil.
>Also correct is the use of capacitors and any other spark suppressors.
>Don't overlook a similar capacitor across the generator output. The
>commutator brushes are another major source of interference.
>32, 50, 59, 72 MGs