Overhauling & modifying Magneti Marelli distributor.

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Overhauling & modifying Magneti Marelli distributor.

Post by Piotrek125p » Fri Jul 15, 2016 2:48 pm

Hi.

I am just read a thread about an in head distributor replacement for TC and decided to make a thread about original in head Magnetti Marelli distributor.

I have a MM SM801AX for my TC.
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GC, could you share with us your usually way for overhauling and modifying of original distributors ? What is a necessary to do with it to get a reliable distributor ?

I don't want to use a modern distributor, I want to have and old fashion engine, so SM801 is the only distributor that I can to use :-)

Thanks.
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Re: Overhauling & modifying Magneti Marelli distributor.

Post by Guy Croft » Sun Aug 21, 2016 2:05 pm

never rebuilt one in my life, sorry.

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Re: Overhauling & modifying Magneti Marelli distributor.

Post by Piotrek125p » Mon Aug 22, 2016 6:37 pm

I was convinced that you overhauled a tons of this type of distributors, but I was wrong :)

I done a normal inspection without any mods and I will use it in my engine. It looks that if GC hasn't done any mods in this distributors it is not neccesary to do any mods in this parts.

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