MSD distributor caps and rotors are designed with performance in mind and molded from high-quality, voltage-insulating material with terminals that resist carbon tracking. Whenever the distributor cap is changed, you should install a new rotor. Likewise, if you're replacing the rotor, be sure to install a new cap as well. MSD has new kits featuring Rynite injection molded distributor caps and retainers to complete your distributor tune-up. MSD also has Cap-A-Dapts to fit large Ford-style caps onto MSD distributors.
does msd make a screw down version of this cap
Will it fit a 2005 Durango 5.7 liter?
I have a older msd 8556 on my drag car, is this the correct cap and rotor?
Is MSD making all of the distributor cap contact termials material out of stainless steel now instead of brass ? I just got kit #84335 and the cap did not have brass termials like they use to be and is stated that they are brass on your web page .
I have an MSD 8555. Will this work with it?
Will this fit msd 8517?
I have a MSD bullet PN 85551 will it fit?
Is this the correct cap replacement for an MSD 8361 ?
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