Forged Vacuum Advance Electronic Distributors
JEGS Mopar HP distributors use the stock style plug wires and have the correct electrical connector for use with the Mopar wiring harness. Ideal for use with the Mopar electronic ignition conversion kit with the Orange, Chrome, or Gold ignition box.
- Fully Machined Forged Housing for a Billet Look
- Center-Less Ground Polished Distributor Shaft
- Sealed Ball-Bearings - Both Top & Bottom
- Adjustable Vacuum & Mechanical Advance
- Stock Style Cap & Rotor
- Mopar 2-Wire Electrical Connector
- Works w/ Mopar Orange, Chrome & Gold Ignition Boxes
- Direct Replacement for Mopar Vacuum Advance Distributors & Electronic Ignition Conversion Kits
- Smaller Housing than Most HP Distributors - for Extra Clearance to the Cylinder Head & Valve Cover on Big Block & Hemi Engines
JEGS EZ Kits are designed by JEGS professionals to ensure that you get all the correct parts you need.
Will this work in a magnum series engine if I convert to a carb?
Hi. Does this distributor take the original Mopar performance cap and rotor replacements? Or is it a unique new size. Regards Billy D... **********
I s the MECHICAL advance is eazey to adjust
Will this dist. work with an MSD ignition upgrade?
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