Chevy 235-261 Six Cylinder Electronic Distributor
216 Chevy Inline Six, 235 Chevy Inline Six, 261 Chevy Inline Six, Socket / Female Cap Type
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- Billet 6061-T6 aluminum housing
- Hardened steel shaft
- Sealed ball bearing & sintered busing
- Optic electronic module
- Mechanical advance only (no vacuum advance)
- Comes with drive gear installed
This is a "ready to run" distributor. It does not require a multi spark box.
Use coil number 447-45001 (1.5 OHM). If using with a lower resistance coil than 1.5 OHM, you must use a ballast resistor to achieve the 1.5 OHM rating.
- Red: 12 volts positive
- Brown: Ground
- Green: To coil negative
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