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Old 07-31-2007, 04:19 PM   #1
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Shinwa Motor Dresser Instructions?

Does anyone have a link or pdf etc for the Shinwa Motor Dresser instructions?

Some pictures of the setup in action would also be nice, I have a pile of wires etc and the units but I need to have more info on setting up the slave motor etc (what type) and what voltage should go into the unit (7.2V or 12V?)

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WOW!!! i got one of those from my uncle who used to race many years ago... im surprised anybody would still use that old technology. o yea just hook it up to a charged 6-cell pack. hope this helps
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pdf? You might have better luck searching the microfiche archives at the Library.
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i have one of those also i got it from a buddy when i cleaned out all his racing stuff if anyone has any info or wants another one let
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Old 11-25-2008, 12:16 AM   #5
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HI
I also have one of these and need instructions and manual ... the slider is missing and I need to replace it.. What is the value of it.
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I have a unit (available if anyone wants it) and also the Operation Manual. I can send by e-mail if you pm me yours.
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I have a unit (available if anyone wants it) and also the Operation Manual. I can send by e-mail if you pm me yours.
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Old 11-25-2008, 12:07 PM   #8
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I forgot I even owned one, then this thread re-appears.

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dragging this out of the murky past.

Just dug mine out, hooked it up, motor turned over real slow, then the dreaded smoke came out. Opened it up to find that the positive motor wire burnt out. replaced them, but the unit is dead, the ampmeter looks damaged, so bypassed that, for now, but still nothing, FET seems to charge and drain correctly, could it be the ampmeter gone tits stopping it working?
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dragging this out of the murky past.

Just dug mine out, hooked it up, motor turned over real slow, then the dreaded smoke came out. Opened it up to find that the positive motor wire burnt out. replaced them, but the unit is dead, the ampmeter looks damaged, so bypassed that, for now, but still nothing, FET seems to charge and drain correctly, could it be the ampmeter gone tits stopping it working?
Problem most likely is, you need to figure out how to get the smoke back in.

Everyone knows once the smoke escapes things quit working
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thanks for the great and incisive help there fella!!! the smoke got sucked up the fan, so need to work out which bit I got to change
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Test your ammeter....
If you have a multimeter ( or something that measures resistance) check the resistance of the meter... An ammeter should be near to 0 Ohms ( short Circuit)
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Hey I have one of them as well... in box with instructions.. I think

Also have the stock motor one thats tests torque... I think

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Does anyone have a link or pdf etc for the Shinwa Motor Dresser instructions?

Some pictures of the setup in action would also be nice, I have a pile of wires etc and the units but I need to have more info on setting up the slave motor etc (what type) and what voltage should go into the unit (7.2V or 12V?)

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Hey I have one of them as well... in box with instructions.. I think

Also have the stock motor one thats tests torque... I think
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Do you still have the Shinwa Motor Dresser's instruction manual? If yes, can you send a copy to me?
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hi all i to have one these units can someone please send me a copy if they have one

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