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Re: electronic distributor.



I don't believe that is an impractical suggestion at all.  I wouldn't apologize for using GM HEI.  No, i.It wouldn't be for the purist, car chow type, but it is extremely reliable.  I use it in the ashphalt circle track race car and it is worry free.  Meanwhile, all the MSD bigots seem to struggle and struggle...

On Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 9:30:39 AM UTC-4, donnerlaw1 wrote:
Mark, an oddball, but practical, suggestion.  I'm a '65 slant 6 guy and have
the electronic ignition conversion.  Mine is a (cough, cough) chevy HEI
module driven by a plymouth electronic distributor.  A conprehensive,
instructive, and photo filled thread on the "HEI conversion" is available on
the "Slant Six Forum".  Now this conversion does not retain "stock
appearance" and should that be important to you the "PerTronix" conversion
is reputed to be a reliable one.  If "Mom Mopar" is important to you I
suspect that a later model electronic "distributor system" sway might be
available -- check trucks.

ddonner


----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Hendren" <goober...@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <1962to19...@googlegroups.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 09, 2015 9:08 AM
Subject: electronic distributor.


Hey guys,

I have a question. I have been wanting to convert my poly 318 to electronic
ignition. All the listing I find are for the LA engines. So my question is
will the kits advertised for the LA engines work on the Poly's ? I'm just
not sure if the distributors are the same on both engines.

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