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Old October 24th, 2007, 07:05 PM
greghirst greghirst is offline
Greg Hirst
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Looks like the Mallory Unilite for Land Rovers does have a vacuum advance and is optically trigger versus hall effect on the Lucas.

Mallory lists two separate curvatures available for Land Rover (24 degrees at 3200 rpm and 18 degrees at 3400 rpm). I see it online for as little as $289 so not a bad deal for a new distributor.

However, it appears to need a resistor to work properly and doesn't come with gear drive.

As Dan says you just won't be able to switch borrow caps, rotors etc. with other Rovers on the trail.
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