Re: small distributor
Dave's website is www.davessmallbodyheis.com
Not as cheap as a do-it-yourself, but IMO a very nice product.
I guess it might be possible to use a mid 80s divorced coil style GM HEI; I have no idea what range of vehicles they came on, but my 87 truck had one. What I do not know is if that style has any circuits that interact with the electronic control module (ECM).
Pretty sure your 87 truck had no advance mechanism inside the distributor--all advance was handled by the ECM.
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