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 OE 0.491" 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
Get the Most Bang for Your Buck with HEI Distributors
Replace your stock HEI distributor or upgrade a points distributor using JEGS HEI Street Spark Distributors. With show-worthy style & finish for small and big block standard deck applications, this distributor's performance module offers a longer dwell circuit and full-coil saturation. Cap and rotor have brass terminals for maximum voltage output. HEI Distributors feature a simple hook-up and coil-in-cap design that allows the spark plug gaps to be opened up to 0.050 in.-0.055 in.
Does it come with weights and springs and if not How many degrees of advance is it producing and by what rpm is it coming in at
what amperage does this distributor require to run properly? will it work well with a 42 amp. alternator with external voltage regulator/
At what RPM is the total mechanical advance in. (not inc. Vacuum) (Example 3000 rpm)
Is the cable that connects to the cap replaceable? My black connector is broken and I'd like to fix it if possible.
What is the maximum mechanical advance provided by this distributor?
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