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Fitting a AJ16SC motor into 1984 VDP

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Hello Jenson, So you used the 3.6 distributor, distributor cap and one ignition coil? Instead of the six on-coil set-up that came with AJ-16? If your using a distributer cap arrangement, Put a timing light on it and make a mark so you have a guide line to start with. Rotate the distributor assembly advanced about 5 degrees and you have just accomplished the same thing that Andy did with his bracket. Larry Louton. Hope I didn't just make Andy unhappy.
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