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Electronic igntion for tach drive distributor
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Handygun
Posted 2018-10-08 5:38 PM (#571348)
Subject: Electronic igntion for tach drive distributor


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Heading pretty much says it all. For 300G. Pertronix or something else? Thanks
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mstrug
Posted 2018-10-08 9:35 PM (#571361 - in reply to #571348)
Subject: Re: Electronic igntion for tach drive distributor



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Are you going for a completely hidden style? Would and Aluminum dist. bug you?
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Handygun
Posted 2018-10-09 8:11 PM (#571405 - in reply to #571348)
Subject: Re: Electronic igntion for tach drive distributor


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Pertronix 1385LS supposedly fits. Mallory unilite w/tach drive was available until they got gobbled up by MSD. Yeah Marc I want to keep it hidden, I'm gonna have to learn some discipline with this car.
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57chizler
Posted 2018-10-11 1:45 PM (#571509 - in reply to #571405)
Subject: Re: Electronic igntion for tach drive distributor



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As you probably know, Mopar Performance offered an electronic tach-drive distributor for the RB engine P/N 4120942. These are aluminum and centrifugal advance only but you could paint one black and hide the electronics inside the car.
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Handygun
Posted 2018-10-13 8:55 AM (#571599 - in reply to #571348)
Subject: Re: Electronic igntion for tach drive distributor


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I had forgotten about those, looked them up on ebay and pricing is all over the place but they are plentiful. The way this engine surges at low idle, capping off a vacuum source is a first thing. Good advise as usual John. Thanks. PM sent
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