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I went and bought the solid state regulator at AutoZone tonight, drilled out the rivets and installed the old cover. Put it in and works great! No more pulsating lights. Changing the cover was a snap. It looks virtually identical to the original. The only caution I discoverd is that the instructions say you can't disconnect the battery with the engine running to see if the alternator is working...You'll trash the regulator. I saved the old regulator in case I need to perform this test.

I love it when a plan works! And spent less than $11.00 with tax!!! *G*, *G*, *G*

http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1575962&a=11982331&p=43165927.jpg67 Sports Sprint, Convert. Original C code, now 293 ci with Holley 450 and 295,000 miles
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Was the appearance of the Electro VR innerworkings disappointing ?? They should look much more sophisticated.

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http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1575962&a=11982331&p=43165927.jpg67 Sports Sprint, Convert. Original C code, now 293 ci with Holley 450 and 295,000 miles
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http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1575962&a=11982331&p=43165927.jpg67 Sports Sprint, Convert. Original C code, now 293 ci with Holley 450 and 295,000 miles
MCA #49294
 
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