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09-14-2004 05:30 AM
KULTULZ
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can you use the electronic module from a later model vehicle ( the vehicle is a 1979 ford pickup that I what to install the 390 in ).
The 79 pickup will have the DURASPARK II System. It is the correct one for retrofit.



The next schematic shows using a TFI (E-Coil) and gaining even more spark energy.

09-13-2004 06:25 PM
Blown79 You can do it either way, factory ford stuff wich is great, or pertronix kit in you old dizzy. What kind of 79 do you have? I have a 79 f 150 short bed custom, 351/np435/np205 4in lift 35 MTs
09-10-2004 12:33 AM
fordred1
changing from points to electron ingition

I would like to know how to change the ignition on a 1972 ford 390 , to electronic ignition. Can you us the distributer from a later model engine that is all ready equipped with electronic ignition? or do you need to change the guts of the original distributer, and if you need to , can you use the electronic module from a later model vehicle ( the vehicle is a 1979 ford pickup that I what to install the 390 in ). So if you folks can help me that would be appreciated. Thank you.

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