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  1. Classic Tech
    Hi all, 66 coupe 289 auto, trying to install this GM-style HEI distributor a friend bought for me but can't get it to run. I got the engine to 0 degrees on the crank pulley and the #1 piston all the way up and got the distributor to seat all the way. Is it possible to have the crank at 0* and...
  2. Classic Tech
    I have a 1967 Mustang with an A code 289 V8. I recently added an MSD 6AL box to it. I kept the original distributor with points and condenser. It was running great except it had detonation problems with hard acceleration. My brother advised me to pull the distributor out and rotate it 180...
  3. Classic Tech
    I have a 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe with a 6 cylinder 200 ci engine. I had to replace a broken oil pump shaft and replaced the oil pump. I had to pull the distributor in order to replace the oil pump shaft. When I put the distributor back in, I made sure the #1 piston was set to TDC (Top Dead...
  4. Classic Tech
    Hey guys, I have my 289 freshly rebuilt and back in my 66. I have a new Pertronix billet distributor already seated in the engine and now I'm in the process of putting my spark plug wires on. This is when I realized the dizzy cap has no markings for which is number 1 like the stock cap has...
  5. Classic Tech
    Hi everyone, I have a 1966 coupe with a 289 v8 and c4 trans. I'm thinking on buying a Pertronix Flamethrower billet distributor from CJ: PERTRONIX BILLET DISTRIBUTOR MALE CAP 289/302 1964-1973 | CJ Pony Parts It has two wires coming out, a black and a red. What do these connect to??
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