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Man-A-Fre "Lightning Strike" HEI Ignition System
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HEI IGNITION DISTRIBUTOR
|19100-HEIMA||MAN-A-FRE MECHANICAL ADVANCE HEI IGNITION DISTRIBUTOR||$279|
|MAF-HEIKIT||MAF HEI VACUUM
ADVANCE DISTRIBUTOR WITH
BOSCH PLUG WIRE SET
MECHANICAL ADVANCE DISTRIBUTOR WITH
BOSCH PLUG WIRE SET
|SERVICE PARTS For MAF HEI DISTRIBUTORS|
|HEICLAMP||BILLET ALUMINUM DISTRIBUTOR CLAMP||$21.95|
Our new Man-A-Fre HEI performance
ignition distributors are dollar for dollar one of the best performance
upgrades available for your F, 2F, or 3F Carbureted engines. Improved
horsepower, torque and fuel economy, ease of maintenance, and readily
available service parts make these distributors your best choice for
improving your ignition system. Our new distributors now use an O-ring
on the distributor shaft for sealing instead of a gasket. Our
distributors also now come with our exclusive billet machined hold down
clamp, designed specifically for Land Cruiser engine blocks. Our fully
mechanical advance version is designed to deliver it's entire advance
curve without any vacuum input, making it the ideal distributor for use
with our WEBER carburetor conversion kits, or performance tuned engines.
Our distributors are also available as a kit with a set of Bosch spark
plug wires. Our Distributors are also available in full Power Pack kits
with our Tuned Ceramic Headers, and WEBER 38DGAS Performance
carburetors. Please note: Our HEI Distributors use a cap with male wire
terminals, whereas the OEM type distributors have female terminals,
making stock type ignition wires incompatible.
Disclaimer: These parts are designed for racing and off-road use only. They are not intended for use in lieu of factory emission control devices, and they are not legal for sale or use in California on pollution controlled vehicles
QUESTION: I have a 1987 FJ60, 2F engine, de-smogged, with a Weber 32/36 DGEV Carb (Model WK745). Which HEI distributor do I want to go with?
ANSWER: You need a mechanical advance unit.