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Jerry Irvine wrote:

what it

CSFM classified it.

It
You can't put them on motors that haven't been CSFM classified.

Better yet, ask the CSFM why they issued an HPR classification for a MR motor.

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Are you claiming they did?
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Jerry Irvine wrote:

What are you claiming?
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Jerry Irvine wrote:

a MR

Are you claiming some other agency issued them?
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Jerry wrote:
"Wrong. The definition of HP is controlling. 160ns+. "
Just for the hell of it, I was perusing the CSFM codes. Seems that every reference to these rules in their current dowloads has been struck through. Can you cite where there is a rule still clearly stating this?
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Scratch that, just found it.
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Jerry Irvine wrote:

jerry says, he has no idea.
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