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  • cruizer
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    What are you adjusting? Some models are different....

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  • gnforge
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    cruizer

    Sorry typo. AC plugs

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  • gnforge
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    cruizer

    This is old post.
    He is using AC post

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  • Caligner
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    Cruizer, when you are adjusting the high idle to 60.5hz, are you putting the leads on the out put posts or in the ac plugs? thanks.

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  • cruizer
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    I'm unsure, as they are not a hybrid, ie, they don't use a set of igbts to make a wave form, that said, the existing wave form is setup to run at 60hz, therefore setting them up to run in at 60.5 -61hz would definately be a benifit.

    I'll have to grab one and scope it to verify then report back.

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  • G.Blackbeard
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    is it the same with a pipe pro 300. 60.5 to 61 hz?

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  • cruizer
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    Originally posted by Doughboyracer View Post
    $50 for a 5 min job...all day long...lol
    Nahhh, It's usually $20 bucks, or free if they have a Weld Alert remote

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  • Doughboyracer
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    Cruzer...

    $50 for a 5 min job...all day long...lol

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  • cruizer
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    Actually the same for all diesel welders with a hybrid wave form designed for 60 hz.

    Whats weird about the whole thing is that there are, what 500+ welder repair shops, and only I took the time to figure it out.

    So while EVERY repair shop must possess a scope, it appears that few use them and take the time to compare supplied waveforms with those in the manuals?

    Now, everybody is comming in to have thier machines adjusted because others have reported that thier machines are running to much better, and better fuel economy to boot. I've got other things do do besides a 5 minute adjustment.

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  • J hall
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    Originally posted by cruizer View Post
    Great machines! Vary comparable to the Miller Big Blue Pipepro in weld characteristics.

    Turn the high idle rpm down to 60.5 to 61hz and it'll weld even greater after that.
    So I would guess the same hz for a Vantage 300?

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  • cruizer
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    CAN'T do it without a meter!

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  • O.W.L
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    Hey cruizer, I don't have a meter handy and what to try turning my revs down. Do you recall how many turns it took on the bolt?

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  • Broccoli1
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    he hasn't posted on here in quite some time but here is an older review of the Vantage
    http://www.vannattabros.com/shop.html

    and his Logging site is a good read anyway.

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  • cruizer
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    Originally posted by NMWelding View Post
    I have a 2/0 stinger whip and have always used additives for all my diesels. I use Stanadyne. My JohnDeere dealer sells it. I've found that anything they stock and sell is a quality product.
    So you know the pos 1 -10 is a flatter washed in weld, with the negs a focused higher weld

    With wire it works in the opposite way with the negs being the flatter washed in
    and pos being a focused higher weld.

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  • NMWelding
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    Cruizer

    I have a 2/0 stinger whip and have always used additives for all my diesels. I use Stanadyne. My JohnDeere dealer sells it. I've found that anything they stock and sell is a quality product.

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