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Pertronix 12470

Pertronix Replacement Ignitor Module For #751-1247

751-12470

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$76.96
Pertronix Replacement Ignitor Module For #751-1247 $76.96
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Replacement Ignitor Module
  • For #751-1247
  • CARB E.O. #D-57-22
  • Pertronix 12470 Details

    Replacement Modules

  • For use with 751-2541
  • Legal in all 50 states and Canada. (C.A.R.B. E.O. #D-57-22)

  • Specifications:

    CARB EO Number
    D-57-22 (pdf)
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Rev Limiter
    No
    Conversion Kit Trigger Style
    Hall effect
    Ground
    Negative
    Volts
    12 volts
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    12470
    Shipping Weight:
    0.13
    Package Height:
    10.7
    Package Depth:
    1.7
    Package Width:
    6.8

    Never Change Points Again!

    Pertronix Ignitor Electronic Ignition has been proven in applications ranging from tractors to race cars. The dependable, self-contained Ignitor replaces breaker points and troublesome stock ignitions and has been called the "stealth" ignition due to a nearly undetectable presence under the distributor cap. Ignitor Systems install quickly, and there's no "black box" to clutter the engine compartment. Ignitor kits deliver double the voltage to the spark plugs to increase horsepower, fuel economy and plug life

    What is your part number for a front mounted coil for Ford 8N?

    Asked by: Rdyl
    https://www.jegs.com/i/Pertronix/751/1247XT0/10002/-1
    Answered by: Kenny U
    Date published: 2018-11-01

    Want to get rid of my points in my 1962 Ford Falcon what do I use

    Asked by: Bjs22
    You would use 751-1261.
    Answered by: Matt_B
    Date published: 2018-03-24

    Hello, Is this correct to convert a 1949 Ford 8n tractor distributor to electronic? Would I need to replace the coil too? Thanks

    Asked by: BWKW
    This is the recommended ignition module - Part Number: 751-1247 and we would recommend replacing the coil.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-11-14

    Is this the correct model for a 1939 Ford 9N front distributor?

    Asked by: gmoon
    This is a replacement module only for a part number 751-1247 ignition kit. It should fit your application.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-09-20

    Is this for a Ford 2.3 points distributor 

    Asked by: Meetball
    No , if it is a 1974+ Ford Motorcraft distributor the correct number is 751-1243A
    Answered by: SteveM
    Date published: 2017-08-18
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