SSR-III Ready-to-Run (RTR) Pro-Series Distributor Features:
- Magnetic Trigger
- Forged Aluminum Housing
- Easy 3-Wire Hookup
- Small Diameter Distributor Cap with Solid Brass Male Terminals
- Ready to Run... No Additional Ignition Box Required
- Vacuum & Mechanical Advance
- Centerless Ground 0.500 in. Diameter Shaft with Upper Sealed Roller Bearing
- 35% Higher Output Voltage
Professional Series Ready-To-Run Distributors
JEGS SSR-III Pro Series RTR Distributors come ready-to-run out of the box! Featuring a magnetic trigger, built-in module and does not require a separate ignition box to operate. All-Pro Series distributors come with a CNC-machined, forged aluminum housing; while the polished 1/2 in. shaft is centerless ground allowing for tighter tolerances and a smoother finish after manufacturing. The shaft rides in an upper-sealed roller bearing and lower oil-impregnated bronze bushing, for reduced friction and premature wear. Equipped with a small-diameter male cap with brass terminals, these reliable distributors come complete with wiring and connector harnesses. Expect years of accurate operation with a 35 percent increase in voltage output overstock, and performance up to 10,000 RPM from every Pro-Series RTR Distributor.
Will this work on a 429 as well? 1972
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