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Old 11-11-2013, 06:48 PM
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Ford EFI distributor for non EFI car

I'm building a SBF 5.0 roller cam engine for my hot rod.
I've got the stock dist. W/steel gear. Motor-craft #E4EZ-12131-AA.
Can I adapt it for my carburetor motor?
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Yes and no . You can jump wire 2 of the pins in the TFI module,hook a power supply (12 v) and make it run . However it wont have any ability to advance the timing as there isn't any devices to perform the action IE: vacuum can or flyweights ...etc.
Get a duraspark dizzy at the U pull it yard, wire in a GM HEI module as shown below as the GM modules are better (IMHO) and go to town.Be sure to use arctic silver heat transfer grease on the module and not the silicone poser grease that is usually sent with modules.Make a good heat sink for the module
Or use the Mag pickup and an MSD box.
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Thanx for the help guys

I ordered a pertronix old style dist.
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go to up. get a older durs spark dist and box,put the fi steel gear on the dura spark for compatability with roller cam. get the dura spark cheked out ,if you ar not able to doit.wireing same as the doner car. have don a couple like this,work great and cheap. a budy went to aexpensive after market set up, red one)do not wish to name it,much trouble. you can run the dura spark with vacume advance(ported) or flip the rotor shaft for cent only(have to dismant the top,the clip under the felt is the only pain. cliff
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