These JEGS Pro Series Distributors for small block or big block Chevy and Ford applications feature an internal HP electronic ignition module that's ready to run (external ignition box not required) and delivers twice the voltage to the spark plugs. SSR Pro Series Distributors have: premium maroon caps with brass terminals for use with male cap (or HEI style) spark plug wires, Hall effect triggers (integrated circuits with no moving parts to wear out), polished billet aluminum housings, and a performance advance curve with additional springs to customize the curve. The upper ball bearing and extra long oil-impregnated bronze lower bearing work together to reduce friction and provide stable timing.
Can you leave the tachometer wire hooked to the negative side of the coil
I have a 5.0 out of an 88 in a 70 falcon the motor is converted to carb but has the stock cam in it will this work
What is length in inches from the lip that sits on top of the motor to the top of the terminal?
I am running a 5.0 out of a 1985 Mustang GT. This motor was the carburetor version not EFI, with a factory roller cam. I have updated the cam to to a ford racing E303. Is the distributor steel gear compatible with my engine?
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