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Hitachi Ignition
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SubmitterDakMore Photos from Dak   Last Update2003/6/7 8:03    Tell a friendTell a friend
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Aftermarket Ignition.

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2003/6/7 8:24  Updated: 2003/6/7 8:24
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 Re: Hitachi Ignition
Looks like the factory B310 ignition. The round thing goes on the shaft. Unlike the mitsu ignition, it doesn't have visible lobes.

PN 22020-N6925 1979 A12S, A14

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Dak
Posted: 2003/6/7 8:37  Updated: 2003/6/7 8:37
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 Re: Hitachi Ignition
Hmm, that pic looks exactly like it alright, the thing I can't figure is that the reluctor, the round bit, has no keyway or anything to lock it in postion on the dizzy shaft.

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Dak
Posted: 2003/6/8 7:44  Updated: 2003/6/8 7:44
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 Re: Hitachi Ignition
Aaahhh, duh is me, I just figured it out, the round piece isn't the reluctor but just a spacer, the reluctor is attached to the rotor button which is the one piece I don't have. This is all going to be fitted to a E15 motor, next thing to figure out is, does the dizzy still need to run mechanical advance or does the module do it all.

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2003/6/8 8:19  Updated: 2003/6/8 8:19
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 Re: Hitachi Ignition
The distributor has mechanical and vacuum advance. The transistor unit only replaces the points.