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ford dizzy 8-1 ?


I'm looking for a ford 302 small block dizzy with a
late GM pattern trigger - 8 teeth the same width, plus 1 extra tooth (so there are two sensors inside), for cylinder #1.

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Part number or model of the dizzy helps a lot

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You must have a unique reason for wanting something that probably doesn't exist. Ford hasn't offered a distributor on a vehicle in 20 years.

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The tfi dizzy does exactly that. One edge of the teeth are evenly spaced, the other edge is uneven for one tooth giving you tdc. If you can't work with reading both edges from a single sensor like that you can always epoxy a magnet to the reluctor over the odd tooth and add a VR sensor to the dizzy.

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If you need two sensors, that's what is called a dual sync distributor. There's a couple of companies that make them for Fords - although oddly enough, I'm not aware of any GM car that used a dual sync distributor from the factory.

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