Electronic Distributor Conversion Kits
Proform Chrysler/Mopar Electronic Distributor Conversion Kits allow you to convert your old point-type ignition to todays more reliable electronic ignition or make a performance upgrade to your stock electronic components. Kits are available for small block and big block Chrysler/Mopar applications and each kit includes an electronic distributor with high performance advance curve, electronic control unit, wiring harness, ballast resistor and detailed installation instructions. They are ideal for mildly modified performance engines turning up to 7,500 RPM.
I have a 1989 dodge w100 with throttle body injection and I'm converting it to carb so will this work for mine
I’ve installed the pro form kit but my car will still not start. I have a 1978 Plymouth Volare with the 318 originally a 2 Barrel lean burn car. I have removed the lean burn and installed the kit. If you could let me know what else I should check. Thanks
Will this work on my 1989 360? And if so what will it eliminate the need of. (Ecu, ie)
I got 86 pick up and it had slant six im putting in 318 but the engine I bought has holey throttle body would love to keep it tbi but don't have harness any ideas thank you
will this work on my 1986 dodge d150 318 to eliminate my lean burn system?
Does this eliminate the "Lean Burn" system?
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