Small Block Ford
Distributors with Easy One-Wire Hook-Up
JEGS Ford HEI Distributors make switching from an old breaker-point ignition to a high-energy ignition (HEI) a breeze with the one-wire hook up. Designed for pre-1987 and late model non-computer-controlled vehicles, these distributors contain solid brass terminals, multi-layer caps, cast aluminum housing, 65,000 V coil, fully-adjustable mechanical and vacuum advance, and shafts that are guided by precisely-aligned bushings to provide both smooth and reliable operation.
this will let me get rid of the Dura spark mess??
the distance from the mounting hold down to the bottom of the housing is 4.25 inches just to clarify? What is the total advance of this dizzy out of the box? Is the vacuum advance designed to be Manifold vacuum or ported vacuum. going on 347 stroker
What are is the distance from the mounting base to the bottom of the distributor housing, and what is the diameter of the distributor cap? Will this distributor clear the runner and Temp Sending unit on a Edelbrock performer intake?
With TrickFlow hyd roller?
Will this work with a TrickFlow hyd roller cam?
I want to use this on a ford 302 out of and 99 explorer, which has a roller cam. From the description this gear is correct? Please advise
Will this work with a roller cam? and your Intake Manifold 555-513020
in a 302 ford will this fit with a Edelbrock Performer intake
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