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SunnyDaze
Posted: 2019/9/25 8:00  Updated: 2019/9/25 8:00
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 Re: late model B122 distributor
I have a 22433-52A60 coil. Primary resistance seems to hover around from 0.9 to 1.2 ohms.

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2019/9/25 9:59  Updated: 2019/9/25 9:59
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 Re: late model B122 distributor
Good to know

* 22433-52A60/22462-52A60 is the Electronic Ignition coil. The Nissan EI coils typically reads .7 - 1.4 ohms and are designed to run at full power all the time

* standard points coil is 1.17 to 1.43 ohms and will overheat unless a ballast resistor is used to reduce the current flow). During START the Datsun 1200 ignition switch bypasses the ballast giving extra power

With such a design tolerance I wonder if it would be worthwhile to 'blueprint' the coil, i.e. choose one that reads on the low side

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SunnyDaze
Posted: 2019/7/3 2:07  Updated: 2019/7/3 2:07
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 Re: late model B122 distributor
Looks like the 22100-95W10 distributor with 22433-52A60 coil.

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2019/7/3 5:32  Updated: 2019/7/3 5:32
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 Re: late model B122 distributor
Yes. The early B122 round headlight models used a points distributor

Late B122 used 95W parts . See 22100-95W10