External Coil Distributor
Designed for small and big block standard deck Chevy V8, this unit replaces and upgrades stock High Energy Ignition distributors found in 1987-1993 car and 1987-1995 truck external coil applications. Has a machined base for an accurate fit and includes cap with brass terminals for improved conductivity, rotor, and high-RPM control module. We recommend Coil #555-40110 (sold separately) to complement your new high-performance distributor. Will not fit LT1 or LT4 applications.
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Does any coilpack work on this distributor
This comes with the steel gear, however my application says to use an iron gear. Do you sell an iron gear that is made to work with this distributor?
Will this distributor work with the Holley sniper efi conversion?
Is this distributor manufactured with bushings or bearings or both
Under specifications the gear material is steel. Is this melonized ? Also the distributor shaft is .435 not .491
Although your site states this will fit a 93 Caprice I have to wonder. Does this have the wide flange and shorter shaft to fit in the large hole TBI intake. and under the cowl? I see people saying it fit their engines that are different than mine.
Is this distributor compatible with the new MSD 6A digital ignition unit?
Do you sell the two connection wires to plug into the distributor, we can not find them this is a new build.
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