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Old 02-12-2011, 05:36 AM
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Powerfire™ Ignition System (Adjustable, Ready-To-Run)

Hi! ive just orderd an distrubutur from professional products

(30000 SB & BB Chevy Powerfire Ready-To-Run Distributor) it costed me 185€

with the coil!Is there enyone that have tryed this distrubutor? does it work??

Ive used a hei before and it started to fail yust over 5500rpm.

its alot esyer to speak english then to wright! lol

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I have not used one but, have read several good reviews saying it works great. Professional Products do make quality parts.
I've used a few of their Intake Manifolds and AirFlow air cleaner inserts with good results.
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Ive used a Crosswind airgap intake manifold from Professional products i just matchpotred it and it is a very satisfying intake manifold. so hopfully the profire unit is proper like the rest of the products! ive tried to find info about it but i dont know were to search! Thanx fore youre answers!

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The only part from them I have used is one of their harmonic balancers on my 383, nice piece.

That distributor you ordered as you know comes with an adjustment knob that adjusts in or out the base timing 1/2 degree +/- per turn/click, you dont need to loosen the distributor hold down clamp just use the knob to move the timing around. This is a new feature, let us know how it works for you.

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Yess ill let u guys know when i get it i orderd it last week so it will com in the end of next week.
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The only part from them I have used is one of their harmonic balancers on my 383, nice piece.

That distributor you ordered as you know comes with an adjustment knob that adjusts in or out the base timing 1/2 degree +/- per turn/click, you dont need to loosen the distributor hold down clamp just use the knob to move the timing around. This is a new feature, let us know how it works for you.

TJ
It is a State of the art distributor it works wonderfully. its a pretty god bang fore the buck!
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