PONTIAC RED 65K HEI DISTRIBUTOR # 6504-R
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HIGH PERFORMANCE HEI DISTRIBUTOR, PONTIAC V-8
COMPLETE HEI DISTRIBUTOR
PONTIAC HEI V-8 DISTRIBUTOR
Read this complete ad before purchasing this product. Before you ask any questions about this product, please read the "Very Important Note" in the lower section of this ad.
This is a direct replacement for Pontiac Trans Am V-8 engines with HEI ignition. Beware of the Trans Am model equipped with 403 Oldsmobile engine. The Olds engine was used from approximately 1977 to 1981.
If you have one of these hybrid Trans Ams, then this distributor will NOT work. The tell tale to know if you have the Olds engine will be the fact that the oil fill tube is next to the water pump. The true Pontiac engine has the oil fill in the valve covers.
THIS UNIT COMES WITH WITH AN OEM STYLE BLACK TOP.
ONE-YEAR WARRANTY, REGARDLESS OF STREET OR STRIP USE
WE ARE THE NO.1 WHOLESALE MARKETERS OF HEI DISTRIBUTORS IN THE COUNTRY.
Many garages and speed shops purchase these in case lots from us. You can replace your point style distributor with this. The difference in performance is dramatic, to say the least.
ONE-YEAR WARRANTY, UNLIMITED MILEAGE!
THIS IS THE COMPLETE DISTRIBUTOR BODY- SHAFT, GEAR, COIL, CAP, ROTOR BUTTON, VACUUM ADVANCE COVER.
Read some of our past feedback on those that have purchased this unit, and you will be convinced of its quality and value.
THIS IS THE NEWEST VERSION ON THE MARKET.
BRAND NEW IN THE BOX. FIRST LINE ITEM.
We have sold this same unit at our store for several years, and have many high performance engines in this area running this unit. The only difference is this is a much improved model.
We are in the performance business.
If going from points to HEI this alone is a huge upgrade
All of the above can greatly affect the performance of your engine.
These are just a few of the things that most old distributors have going on with them. For the low cost of a complete brand new one, it just makes little sense to use the original distributor. You will notice a performance difference in your engine if you have any of the above issues with your old distributor. All of the old HEI's we see have excess end play in the shaft. I'm sure the coils on them are not at full voltage. The Super Coil on the distributor produces 65,000 volts. This is much more than the oem model. All car makers have dramatically improved the ignition systems on cars and trucks. This is an indication of how important good ignition is to an engine.
The part numbers for distributors beginning with 65 and 85 are interchangeable. The distributors are identical in every respect. We changed the artwork on the package to private labeling and our supplier had to change our part number to distinguish our private label (85 series) from the standard labeling sold to other suppliers (65 series). You may receive the alternate part number since we still have both in stock.
Very Important Note.
Our technical knowledge is limited on this product. Our sales staff are usually unable to answer many of the questions asked. Many of the questions are, "how do you install this distributor", "what model cars will this work in", "how do I wire it up" Most of the people on our sales staff simply don't know these answers, and even if we did, the time involved answering so many of these questions is what led us to writing this notice. We update info in our listings on a regular basis, and if it's not in the ad, then there's a good chance we don't know the info. There is a solution to this problem for those with numerous questions about the product. You have all heard the saying that a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, it is, and with that being said, a video is worth a million words. If you go to YouTube and type in key words such as, "How to install an HEI distributor" you will find dozens of highly informative videos showing the complete process step by step. These video are usually very accurate. We suggest that you watch several of them because some are easier to understand than others, and some have additional info in them that may not be covered in the others. You can't possibly go wrong watching these videos. At one time, we put installation instructions in our ads, and they led to much confusion for many, and the emails and calls coming were numerous. The videos on YouTube will be all you need. They are very simple and straightforward to follow. We did a search on the key words mentioned above, and literally hundreds of "how to" videos on every aspect of installing an HEI came up. There were even videos on changing over from a point distributor to an HEI.
We are not responsible for collateral damage caused by the use of this product.
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