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NE 12v distributor auto advance

Bob Downunder

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I am restoring a 12volt NE distributor drive for a Dodge 4. The auto advance weights were missing the springs. Does anybody have any information on how much the auto advance, advances the ignition timing. If I can find out the advance curve I will be able to get suitable springs from a distributor repairer.

Any help or information would be much appreciated. Bob

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Hi Platt- Deutsch

Thankyou for that info, I've converted the MPH figures into engine RPM assumming the 11MPH is a top gear figure, it seems in round figures that the auto advance starts at 480 engine RPM and is fully advanced at 1850 engine RPM. Does this sound about right to you?

Regards Bob.

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