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65dm4 Electronic Dist W/vac Performance Curve (a+ Only)

65dm4 Electronic Dist W/vac Performance Curve (a+ Only)

65dm4 Electronic Dist W/vac Performance Curve (a+ Only)
The ULT0131 distributor demonstrates the best of all worlds. Built in electronics means long lasting, high performance, low maintenance operation. Performance advance curve (Aldon type) makes this ideal for all high performance street motors, while the use of a vacuum advance module allows for maximum low end performance with the best fuel economy! Can be easily adapted to any A+ engine with a simple two-wire installation.
A 'no compromise' Mini engine requires a no compromise distributor. The ULT0132 electronic distributor is just that! The electronic circuitry results in a perfect spark every time for extended periods. The performance advance curve (Aldon type) allows you to get the maximum from your engine while the full centrifugal advance (no vacuum) delivers the best in performance!
The ULT0133 is the ultimate classic distributor for all early model engines (pre-A+). It incorporates a vacuum advance module for optimum low end performance and fuel economy with a high performance advance curve. The advance curve has been optimized to provide the ideal spark timing for any engine that has upgraded performance expectations. This is a direct replacement/upgrade for the early 25D range of distributors.
To wire this distributor: the module has 3 inline terminals. Do not use the middle one. Hook up the coil negative wire to the pin farthest from the module's center, the "outside" pin. Hook up the coil positive wire to the pin closest to the module's center, the "inside" pin.
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