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Convert your classic car from traditional points to modern electronic ignition with a simple Powerspark conversion kit. Easy to fit at home, these kits make a world ...
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IGNITION LTD CATALOGUE 2018 WRITE YOUR NOTES / PARTS REQUIRED / INFO REQUESTED / CONTACT NAME HERE

THE UK’S LEADING SUPPLIER OF CLASSIC CAR IGNITION COMPONENTS VISIT

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POWERSPARK CATALOGUE ‘18 WELCOME TO THE 2018 POWERSPARK CATALOGUE Powerspark Ignition are the UKs leading supplier of classic car ignition components and electronic ignition conversion. The patented Powerspark Ignition technology has been used in over 30,000 classic cars worldwide whether as an ignition conversion kit or a complete electronic distributor. We aim to develop parts that offer dramatic improvements in your classic car enjoyment whilst being simple to understand and install for novice mechanics. Inside this catalogue you’ll find our extensive range of parts. Each product has it’s own (SKU) in brackets, which is our Powerspark part number. Quote this when ordering over the phone, or enter the (SKU) into the search bar of our website to buy online. Our dedicated team are ready to take your order, deal with any parts enquiry and open trade accounts. We look forward to hearing from you!

PARTS CATALOGUE CONTENTS: 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Electronic Ignition Kits - for Lucas distributors Electronic Ignition Kits - for other distributors Distributors - Lucas Distributors - Bosch, Ducellier, Mallory and Ford Ignition Coils Ignition Parts & Spares HT Leads (A to M - Austin to Massey Ferguson) HT Leads (M to Z - Mercedes to Volkswagen)

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Jump Starters, Chargers, Borescopes, Dash Cams Lucas Parts, Gunson Tools, Timing Lights, Dynamator Fuel Pumps, Fuel Filters Fuel Parts, Battery Components Wheel Spacers, Wheel Adapters, Wheel Nuts Locking Wheel Nuts, Land Rover Drop Arms Ignition Bundles with Viper Coils Ignition Bundles with Lucas Coils

YOU’LL FIND MORE INFORMATION ON ALL THESE PRODUCTS ON OUR WEBSITE. GOT A QUESTION? GET IN TOUCH. VISIT

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FIT ELECTRONIC IGNITION HOW TO FIT POWERSPARK ELECTRONIC IGNITION

Most Powerspark® kits can be fitted to the distributor while still in the car. If you choose to remove the distributor, turn the engine to Top Dead Centre and mark the distributor / rotor position carefully. With the ignition switched off, disconnect the live feed at the coil ensuring it is on the +ve side of the coil. Remove the distributor cap, rotor arm, contact points and condenser carefully, retaining the screws and withdraw the wires through the distributor body. Test fit the module first and then apply the silicone grease provided (3 small dots only) to the underside of the module baseplate, leave the screws fitted. If your kit is already on a plate then the heat grease is on out of the box. Ensure that there is good continuity from the kit plate to the points baseplate through the internal earth wire inside the distributor. If there is not one present you may need to add one to give good continuity to the kit. Check there is sufficient slack in the wires inside the distributor body for the base plate to turn when a vacuum unit is fitted, inserting the rubber plug to seal and secure the wires in the distributor body, use a small cable tie to keep these out of the way of moving parts. Fit the new black trigger ring pressing down gently onto the shaft. On occasion the ring can be tight and may need to be carefully rubbed to make it wider. Only do this to make minor alterations. Fit the rotor arm and rotate the spindle to check there is clearance between the module and the trigger, and that the rotor arm does not foul the module. The kit will find it’s own position but if the ring and kit touch then move the module to achieve a close but not touching position (4 or 5 mm maximum) and tighten the screws firmly for good heat distribution. Locate the live feed to the coil, ensure this goes to the +ve side of the coil, then c