Austin Mini pertronix flame-thrower distributor 45D- without vac adv

Austin Mini pertronix flame-thrower distributor 45D- without vac adv

Austin Mini pertronix flame-thrower distributor 45D- without vac adv

Austin Mini pertronix flame-thrower distributor 45D- without vac adv

Austin Mini pertronix flame-thrower distributor 45D- without vac adv
Selected: D170600
Austin Mini pertronix flame-thrower distributor 45D- without vac adv
Pertronix Flame-Thrower 45D Pre-A+ Distributor
Qty:
$249.95

Brand new vacuum advance distributors from Pertronix now using the later 45D Style that is a direct replacement for the A-series (not A+) - in other words, this distributor will fit any Pre-A+ application including all Spridgets before 1974. Special attention has been paid to the advance curve to optimize performance and drivability. This distibutor is "Plug and Play" designed with only 2 wires to connect for a very easy installation.

Negative ground only

We recommend pairing this distributor with any of the 3.0 ohm Pertronix Flamethrower coils. See Part numbers 40501, 40511 and 40601.

Here is the advance curve of the “A” series distributor. This curve is mapped out in a deceleration since that how Lucas does their curve charts.
Distributor Advance
(Degrees)
Engine RPM
1
600
2
710
3
820
4
940
5
1100
6
1300
7
1550
8
1780
9
1900
10
2300
11
2610
12
3050

NOTE: This distribur for use on PRE-A+ engines only.
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