CJ Classics HEI Distributor With Red Cap 260/289/302

CJ's Part Number:
DIST100
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Highlights

  • 50,000 Volt Coil
  • Red HEI Style Cap
  • Machined Aluminum Housing
  • Operates Up To 8,000 RPM
MSRP $86.69
$79.99
You save 8%

CJ Classics HEI Distributor with a Red Cap for 260, 289 and 302 Engines.

If you’re restoring your 260, 289 or 302 Ford small block engine, be sure to have all the right pieces you need for incredible performance. This CJ Classics HEI Distributor with a Red Cap will revamp your 260, 289 or 302 Engine.

Features & Benefits:
- 50,000 volt coil
- Red cap
- CNC machined aluminum housing
- Operates up to 8,000 RPM
- 5-1/2” diameter with brass terminals
- 1 wire hookup

This HEI distributor will fit 260, 289 and 302 Ford small block engines and is designed with a 50,000 volt built in coil. Made with a CNC machined aluminum housing, this distributor operates up to 8,000 RPM and conveniently has a 1 wire hookup to provide a more dependable high energy output over the stock-style distributor. This distributor is 5-1/2” in diameter with brass terminals and is finished with a red cap.

Please Note: this distributor will not fit 1985 and later 5.0/302 engines with a hydraulic roller cam.

*A smaller diameter air cleaner is recommended for use with this distributor.

Order this CJ Classics HEI Distributor with a Red Cap for your 260, 289 or 302 Engine from CJ Pony Parts today!

Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following Bronco years:

This product will fit the following F-100 years:

  • 1948,
  • 1949,
  • 1950,
  • 1951,
  • 1952,
  • 1953,
  • 1954,
  • 1955,
  • 1956,
  • 1957,
  • 1958,
  • 1959,
  • 1960,
  • 1961,
  • 1962,
  • 1963,
  • 1964,
  • 1965,
  • 1966,
  • 1967,
  • 1968,
  • 1969,
  • 1970,
  • 1971,
  • 1972,
  • 1973,
  • 1974,
  • 1975,
  • 1976,
  • 1977,
  • 1978,
  • 1979,

This product will fit the following Mustang years:

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Do you have to change the voltage regulator if so what regulator do you use?

Asked by: none
You don't have to but I would suggest this one if you plan on replacing it anyhow. https://www.cjponyparts.com/ford-electronic-voltage-regulator-1965-1973/p/VR8/
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-02-25

I have a 67 mustang 6cyc will this fit

Asked by: billba
No it will not.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-02-06

Up graded a mustang 2 4 cylinder to a 302 small block . Should I go to a larger radiator considering the vehical seems to be running hot

Asked by: Mustanga2
Yes, the radiator should be upgraded.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-02-06

How do I wire it? It arrived without instructions and it appears to require a wire harness that is missing or not included?

Asked by: Stang_McRusty
This requires a 12 volt switched power wire connected to the battery post of the distributor.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-02-06

This looks to be a GM, so do these use the usual GM cap, rotor and internals for replacement parts?

Asked by: Dave
That is correct.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-02-05

when my 6cy. car sits for a week or more the gas drains fromthe carb and iit takes 4 or 5 min. to start is that normal or is ther a check valve missing

Asked by: DAVID
That's normal for carburetor's.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-02-06

Will the stock tachometer on my '63 Falcon Sprint running a 260 V8 work with this distributor?

Asked by: Falcons4ever
I don't believe it will since the early tachs operated off of the positive side of the coil and this distributor uses the negative side of the coil.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-02-05

I have a Stewart Warner Tach that normally hooks up to the coil. Is there a location for it with the CJ HEI distributor on this page?

Asked by: Tiger64
Yes there is a port on the cap where a tach wire can be plugged into.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2019-02-05
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