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Classic Mini 59d A+ Electronic Distributor With Powermax Red Rotor

Classic Mini 59d A+ Electronic Distributor With Powermax Red Rotor

Classic Mini 59d A+ Electronic Distributor With Powermax Red Rotor
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Classic Mini 59d A+ Electronic Distributor With Powermax Red Rotor
Powerspark Electronic Distributor, 59D A+ Type
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$159.95
The Powerspark Standard electronic distributor 59D provides your ignition system with a very accurate spark, this is our signature module and is the best your ignition can get.
Specifically matched for the A+ Mini this distributor will ensure that it is matched to your engine setup and tailored to your exact requirements. Please ensure you have the V shaped clamp holding the distributor into the engine.
This distributor is a big step-up from the old points style and it offers:
  • Improved performance
  • Easier starting
  • Up to 15% better fuel economy
  • Improved ignition
  • Easy PLUG & PLAY installation
  • No adjustments needed

  • Simple wiring involves Red wire connecting to the positive connector on the coil and the Black connecting to the negative side. Distributor comes with cap and rotor.
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