MSD Ignition Crank Trigger Distributor Chevy V8 Low Profile
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Chevy w/HEI-Style Terminals
The unique design of this distributor fits tight intake systems while still transferring the high voltage of the MSD racing ignition to the spark plugs. The high voltage carrying capabilities are the result of several features that have been designed into this distributor. This includes a large diameter cap with wide-spaced terminals and an injection-molded Rynite rotor with thick vanes to stir up the air inside the cap. The high dielectric Rynite base also prevents arcing to the billet housing. The distributor has an oversized steel shaft that is guided with a sealed ball-bearing assembly and extra-long sintered bushing for smooth operation.
- Designed to fit low in the block to clear firewall and intake combinations
- Special oil tract improves lubrication to the distributor and cam gear
- O-ring seals can be added to modified blocks to improve oil pressure control
- Must be used with an MSD Crank Trigger and MSD 6, 7 or 8-Series Ignition Control
- Supplied with large diameter HEI style distributor cap and rotor
- Supplied with bronze gear for roller cam usage
Note: Not legal for sale or use on pollution-controlled vehicles.
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