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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old May 23rd, 14, 4:34 AM Thread Starter
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What type of coil?

Hi
I have 70 402 with Pertronix Flamethrower Billet Distributor and flamethrower coil. The coil has a crack around where the thread goes in top so want to replace. Info on coil says 1.5 ohms and Carb D57-10 whatever that means. Looked on net to order replacement and see that there is a choice between oil filled and epoxy filled. Pertronix part 40011? What is the difference and does it matter which one I get? The one I'm looking at is 40 000 volts is that right? Any other recommendations.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old May 23rd, 14, 9:28 AM Thread Starter
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Re: What type of coil?

Hi again
Can someone also help me out with what type of plug leads. Stock or performance but want them stock looking.
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old May 25th, 14, 8:59 PM
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Re: What type of coil?

Always get an oil filled coil, just like what the factory used for decades.

"CARB" is California Air Resources Board. The number means it is a listed emissions requirement device.

Not sure about about high-performance-yet-stock-looking plug wires. I'm sure they are out there, but one would think quite pricey.

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