These Procomp Electronics HEI (High Energy Ignition) Distributors are a perfect upgrade for the enthusiast looking for an easy to install performance distributor, to put on your daily driver or weekend warrior. Procomp Electronics 6000 series HEI distributors are packed with high-quality features and components. They feature a 65,000 V coil, medium weight advance springs, and an aluminum housing.
These distributors use a centrifugal advance assembly with coated weights and welded weight pins. Inside the distributors, the ignition module and coil work together to produce a stout spark to light the fuel mixture for great performance. The high voltage is transferred through a specially designed rotor to the brass terminals of the distributor cap and out to the plugs. The Procomp Electronics 6000 series distributors prove that quality does not have to be expensive!
These distributors feature the following:
- Assembled entirely from 100% NEW compo
Value-Priced Performance Distributors
Speedmaster 6000-Series HEI Distributors are engineered for the ignition module and coil to work together to produce a powerful spark that ignites the fuel mixture, resulting in great performance. The high voltage is transferred through a specially-designed rotor to the brass terminals of the distributor cap and out to the plugs.
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WARNING: The wires of these products contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.