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can a ls distributor go on in a b16 head

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by m2slsvtec671, Feb 17, 2004.

  1. m2slsvtec671

    m2slsvtec671 Member

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    well just wondering if the rs/ls obd1 distributor fit in a obd1 b16 motor. trying to get rid of it... and im lazy to take mine off the dayum head.... thanks!!!
     
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    civicious FüK-VTEC VIP

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    yeah...you have to cut off one of the tab-thingies though.
     
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    h22bubbleback Senior Member

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    yup...u will have to cut the leg closes to the header...and then u have to get timing correct which will take some fidgeting....its better to get the proper dizzy instead of nigger-riggin the ls
     
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    ohh cool... so yea it aint gonna affect anything in the head right?? like.. vtec might not engage???.. or it might mess up the ignition??? is that dude that ima sell it to gonna have any problem....????? just the fact of just cuttin the legg look alike shiet???? ooh and about the bolt pattern, it looks like it aint right or it might be my eyes???... thanks yall!!!!!
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    if its not set properly, it can have an adverse effect.

    other than the feet position, a dizzy is a dizzy for the most part.
    people run d16z6 dizzy's on b-series with 1-leg cut off all the time.
    i imagine its the same deal for the ls
     
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