|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 5 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||D177600|
|Manufacturer Part Number||D177600|
|OEM Part Number||D177600|
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Pertronix D177600 Flame-Thrower Plug and Play Vacuum Advance Cast Electronic Distributor with Ignitor Technology
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- All new lightweight cast aluminum housings
- Tailored advance curve for optimal performance and drivability
- Integrated Ignitor electronic ignition delivers twice the voltage to the spark plugs, increasing horsepower, fuel economy, and spark plug life
- Rotating cobalt magnets trigger a Hall Effect integrated circuit which enables precise timing
- High dielectric strength cap with brass terminals
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Performance Distributors for british engines. Replace your worn out Lucas 23D, 25D or 45D distributor with a distributor that will deliver the performance you demand. Our Flame-Thrower performance distributors use all new castings modeled after the original Lucas 45D distributor. Each distributor is then precision machined for an exact fit. Four cylinder applications are available with top or our new side exit caps.
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Seldom can one take the words "Plug and Play" literally, but with this product it is true. The only caveat is you must know how to time the engine after a distributor replacement and you may have a little difficulty swapping the plug wires to the conventional style distributor cap. And make sure you get the two low tension coil wires on the coil in the proper order of polarity.
I had extreme difficulties with the Pertronix Ignitor conversion for the original DMBZ6A (wire through the bottom) distributor, so i went for this drop-in-whole-distributor approach and it works well.
In 55 years of gear-head car work, i have never seen a distributor put out (under coil test) a spark more than 3/4 inch long. This unit, along with the Pertonix Flamethrower coil, shot out a snappy blue spark more than one inch long.
The Jag and i have about ten hours driving time on this new distributor and no issues so far.
Although the the distributor is functioning very well. Yesterday I noticed engine oil dripping from one of the holes in the bottom of the housing. I presume the oil is wicking or pressured up the drive stem to where it is dripping out. I was down a half quart on the dip stick. I emailed Petronics support. I will post with their response.