Add Hotter Spark to Your Vehicles Ignition
Featuring a CNC-Machined forged aluminum housing, premium distributor cap & rotor with brass terminals; JEGS SSR-II Pro Series Distributors are for use with an external CD ignition box. The high-performance magnetic pickup & paddlewheel provides an accurate signal at all RPM levels.
The distributor shaft is centerless ground, then polished, and rides on an upper sealed ball bearing and lower oil-lite bronze bushing. This ensures both smooth and reliable operation up to 10,000 RPM as well as a much longer service life than other distributors with steel or polymer bushings.
Each Distributor includes a performance advance curve with additional springs & stop bushings to tailor to the curve of your engine.
Note: JEGS SSR-II Pro Series Distributors require the use of an external CD ignition box (available separately).
Is this the complete ignition kit for a 1993 ford 460 throttle-body injected engine or are there more parts needed?
Will this kit work on a 79 f250 with a 400?
will this work on my 77 f150 with a 460 and dose it come with everything in need to get the truck running
Is a bronze gear available for this distributor ?
Will this kit work on a 1988 f250 with a 460
Does this work for a ford fe 390?
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