This high-performance distributor is an excellent choice for many types of motorsports. Requires an aftermarket ignition box (such as an MSD, Accel, Crane, or Mallory) and an external coil (such as 049-ALL81230). Housing is CNC-machined 6061-T6 aluminum with an upper support bearing and an extra-long lower bronze bushing for smooth operation and accurate timing at higher RPM. Distributor includes a molded cap and rotor with brass and stainless steel contacts, a mechanical curve kit with advance springs and stop bushings, manifold gasket, housing O-rings, spark plug wire retainer cap with screws and instructions.
Note: Distributors include iron drive gears which are not compatible with hydraulic roller camshafts and must be replaced with a steel alloy gear as recommended by cam manufacturer.
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Will this distributor work with a Fi-Tech power adder system. I've already bought one wrong dizzy and really don't want to waist more of my money. Thanks.
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