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Author Topic:   Distributor help
Elwood
Member
posted May 21, 2001 02:59 PM
Can anyone suggest a good HEI Dist. for the money that can handle the wear and tear of racing?

I just bought a D.avis U.nified I.gnition made by Preformance Distributors. Before I bolt this in can anyone give me any input on these. I spoke with a race shop that I deal with on a regular basis and they tell me that it is one of the better ones on the market.

If anyone knows any different please let me know. I relize that I am putting the cart before the horse but I will be cutting it close to putting everything back together by this Thurs.

Modracer05
Member
posted May 21, 2001 04:24 PM
Can't recomend another dist. but I can tell you we've been running a D.U.I. now for the past 2 years and have had no problems with it.


Gene
Member
posted May 22, 2001 10:06 PM
DUI is fine, just run the plugs at .035, those big gaps they talk about dont work in the real world.


Wauge28
Member
posted May 23, 2001 09:48 AM
Gene is right about the gap...don't let them fool you. I ran a DUI for 2 years until I switched to an MSD...bad move. After losing THREE boxes, I switched back to an HEI. You may not believe this, but the best my moter ever felt was with a bone stock HEI from Napa!!! We were out of town and failure number THREE made me switch to this $ 99.00 exchange HEI off the shelf. I still run it in my car and have had no problems. Davis makes a great distributer and you can not go wrong. If you ever want to save $ 200.00, try Napa.


Elwood
Member
posted May 23, 2001 11:08 AM
Thanks for the info. Even though I am having a little buyers remorse on spending the extra $ on the DUI. I will get over it as soon as the car hits the track.


BILLY BOB
Member
posted May 23, 2001 04:13 PM
I too run a D. U. I. I just installed it three weeks ago and am pleased with the results. However, my MSD box did have a rev-limiter, and I think I miss it. For a chunk of change, DUI offers a rev-limiter for its setup but I passed. Also, I found my battery does last a little longer with the .035 plug gaps, as recommended above.


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