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Old 09-22-2017, 09:11 PM
cracken32racer cracken32racer is offline
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When I acquired my 1966, with the 390 cu in, a new Pertronix ignitor came with it, not installed. Part # 1281.
Is this the right unit for my engine ? Should I purchase the
# 40011 (?), 40,000 volt coil to go with it ?
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Old 09-23-2017, 07:06 AM
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When I acquired my 1966, with the 390 cu in, a new Pertronix ignitor came with it, not installed. Part # 1281.
Is this the right unit for my engine ? Should I purchase the
# 40011 (?), 40,000 volt coil to go with it ?
Put one in our '66 years ago and not a problem since . Quite sure 1281 is the correct one . Did not change the coil . Should put one in my '58 as well .
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Old 09-23-2017, 11:07 AM
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Yes, #1281 should be correct for your application.

Yes, I would advise purchasing the coil also.

And yes, I would advise this installation as a good decision.

Scott.
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