The McCully Racing kit."...relocated it with the MK3 kit..."
How/where did U obtain that? They say they last forever if away frm the heat.
That’s disappointing a Delphi part would give you a problem. They have been a premium electrical manufacturer started by GM. I wonder if they made it or if they reboxed the part.Here’s a picture of the new Delphi that gave me a slight miss-fire on occasion.
I agree. I've always though highly of Delphi products.That’s disappointing a Delphi part would give you a problem. They have been a premium electrical manufacturer started by GM. I wonder if they made it or if they reboxed the part.
In about 92-93, (1993, not 1893), we received two shipments of genuine AC Delco 4 terminal HEI modules almost straight from the plant in Mexico. They were all bad. After putting two on my Olds, I took a tester to the the rest and warranted them all. At that time, the Accel part was a better choice.
Yea that's the same cover that I took off the filko.... Just to show how really ty the aftermarket is now I ordered a new tfi and pip from AutoZone since they claim to be wells and a motorcraft pip is a pita to find these days.. wells is now WVE. The tfi is the same as the one I posted, came in a duralast box with wells paperwork. Now here's the best part. The pip/ stator comes in a duralast box, no paper work, inside a generic white box with 6187 part number from china. Which is forecast/OEM, aka Standards cheapest line kind of like there T series stuff..... The best part, it was drop shipped from standard motor products in Va. Every one is just reboxing these days.Aftermarket 90s era TFI. Even says “made in USA” on it. No idea who made it but we can compare to the previous pics
Edit: looks like the Filco F0311
Same here. This is not good to hear. Hopefully their fuel pumps are having better luck as I just put two of them in my current truck project. Well, good thing there's a lifetime warranty on them. I had a pair of Walbro pumps on order and cancelled after a couple months of waiting.I agree. I've always though highly of Delphi products.
thanks Dan. 2, 3 clips, 10 wires, $180...might try it myself @ that cost. Low budget operation here...The McCully Racing kit.