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
Chevy Big Block V8 Gen II (Mark IV)>/b>
- 6.5 L / 396 cubic in.
- 6.6 L / 402 cubic in.
- 7.4 L / 454 cubic in.
Chevy Small Block V8 Gen I
- 4.3 L / 262 cubic in.
- 4.3 L / 265 cubic in.
- 4.4 L / 267 cubic in.
- 4.6 L / 283 cubic in.
- 4.9 L / 302 cubic in.
- 5.0 L / 305 cubic in.
- 5.0 L / 307 cubic in.
- 5.4 L / 327 cubic in.
- 5.7 L / 350 cubic in.
- 6.6 L / 400 cubic in.
- Will not fit tall deck blocks
- Will not fit if using a governor
- Distributor gear is most compatible with cast iron hydraulic or solid flat tappet camshafts; consult cam manufacturer for recommended gear material
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.
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WARNING: The wires of these products contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.