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    Hank
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    I built a Killer Bee some time ago and since then Wilkie came up with a mod to replace R14 and R15 with a 100K variable pot.  Since I have already built the circuit using a foot switch for boost, can I change the values of R14 and R15 to cut the amount of boost by say 25 to 30%?  I imagine this would involve increasing one value and decreasing the other with both summing up to around 100K…?  Which resistor decreases and which increases and to what values??

    Thanks,

    Hank

    #2183
    Barry
    Keymaster

    R14 and R15 are a simple voltage divider. Socket and try a combo of 68K and 33K. That would be the opposite of stock. You can then go from there. Socketing is probably the best way to do it.

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    Hank
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    Barry, Thanks

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