FAST 7501725 57-74 Pontiac/67-Up Old XRi Ignition Conversion Kit
Pontiac V8, Oldsmobile V8
Here’s the easiest points conversion kit on the market. Simply remove the old points and condenser, install the XR-i electronic ignition module on the supplied adapter plate, and run a couple of wires. Everything fits under the OEM distributor cap so you retain a restoration-perfect “factory look.”
Each kit includes a PS20 1.4 ohm oil-filled ignition coil with black finish.
- Never replace points again
- Easy two wire hookup
- Improved starting and mileage
- Built-in 4000-8000 RPM adjustable rev limiter
- Picks up timing from distributor cam lobe
- Fully sealed
- Operating Voltage: 6-18 Volts, reverse polarity protection, negative ground
- Current Draw: 3 amps max @ 5,500 RPM
- RPM Operating Range: 6,500 RPM
- RPM Limiter Range: 4,000 to 8,000 RPM
- Primary Voltage Output: 400 volts (inductive discharge)
- Primary Energy utput: 45 millijoules w/ PS20 coil and 1.65L ballast resistor
- Peak Spark Gap Current: 50 milliamps w/ PS20 Coil and 1.65L ballast resistor
- Spark Duration: 2100 microseconds @ 2,000 RPM
- Coil Dimensions: 2-1/8" D x 5-3/4" L, 1.75 lbs.
- Coil Primary Resistance: 1.4 ohms
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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