Chevy HEI Distributors
- Adjustable vacuum advance
- High voltage coil for a hotter spark
- Coated weights for corrosion resistance
- Welded weight pins for durability
- Standard-type steel distributor gear for hydraulic or solid flat tappet cams
- Utilizes an O.E. 0.491 in. diameter shaft and will require a different drive gear for solid roller camshaft
- When installing in a non-HEI vehicle, Power & Tach Feed Wires 555-10552 is recommended
What is the warranty on this Dist
How many pins are on the ICM?
Will it fit a 70 to 80 Chevy 400 cu. In?
What is the total mechanical advance and total vacuum advance. Also, what springs installed?
So is the distributor drive gear mellonized like the stock gm distributors come with ? Erson Cams say the drive gear must be mellonized for my retro roller hydraulic cam in my small block Chevy .
Recommend spark plug gap for this distributor?
I have a 1994 chevy 5.7 converting to carb.instead of fuel injection,Will this fit?
will the factory tach in a 66 chevelle work with this distributor
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