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Centrifugal advance elimination in 10vt dizzy

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 01, 2021 10:04 pm 
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Hi all! I'm finally putting my Lemons car back together, and this time I'm going efi for a number of reasons, ending with the fact I have a plethora of standalone systems in my basement. Really, no one needs three.. I bought a Pantera 882C (not really worth calling it 034 IIC anymore) and I'm planning on using the existing hall sensor in the distributor to provide a cam signal. My holdback is that I believe the 10vt is likely centrifugally advanced, which would eliminate some of the timing benefits of using that sensor. Does anyone know what it takes to remove the trigger window and hall sensor to defeat the advance mechanism? I am admittedly ignorant to taking these distributors apart. It looks like the trigger wheels are pressed on...

Thanks for your time and $.02!

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2021 9:52 am 
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Need either drive out the pin with a punch or drill/dremel out the pin on the dizzy gear then the whole shaft with the trigger window comes out. Depends if it has a roll pin or a shear pin.

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Thanks. As it turns out, I guess the MC2 distributors are non-advance, so it isn't an issue. Yay!

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