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Leedy
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Which distributor?

Post by Leedy » Sat Jul 11, 2015 2:42 pm

Hi all. Just wondering if you could recommend the best distributor to use? Im in the process of building a 998 for Fast road and probably a bit of either circuit work or hill climb. it will be running the R20 cam and twin 40's. So just wondering which is the best dizy to go for. Thanks in advance
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Re: Which distributor?

Post by bks974c » Sat Jul 11, 2015 5:03 pm

Leedy wrote:Hi all. Just wondering if you could recommend the best distributor to use? Im in the process of building a 998 for Fast road and probably a bit of either circuit work or hill climb. it will be running the R20 cam and twin 40's. So just wondering which is the best dizy to go for. Thanks in advance :lol: :lol: :lol:
You'll need a competition one with a max adavance of 36 degrees they are usually supplied without vacuum advance units I'm sure some of the specialists Imp suppliers or distributor specialists will be able to help if you tell them what its for.

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Re: Which distributor?

Post by Leedy » Sun Jul 12, 2015 8:39 am

Yeah. I knew that, as Im using a 360 cam. But just wondered what dizy to get. i.e acuspark etc. As Competition dizys are like hens teeth now. Alos which type ie 24D 45D etc. But thatnks for your prompt reply. really appreciate it :)
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