Latest and Greatest.
Okay, I un-soldered the diodes and checked them one more time, good
to go. Put the whole thing back together, and fired it up.
Same problems, If I want 60Hz I get about 90 volts. If I want 120
Volts I get about 70Hz. (In my house for comparison the Kill A Watt
shows 59.9Hz and 122.0 Volts) Just to see what would work, I tried
hooking up my table saw, it took a second but it did spin up and I am
sure that baby pulls some amps! I then tried my battery charger, no
luck it would not even turn on (which is kind of the reason I want
this gen anyway). And on the 12 Volt socket I get 24 Volts!!! I'm
not out any money here, just time. But, after I burned my thumb on
the exhaust trying to tweek the rpm's I decided enough is enough. If
I had a shotgun I would end this units pain and suffering...
Thanks to everyone who posted