D46 - Powerspark Delco Distributor 6 Cylinder Electronic
A custom made distributor designed to directly replace your original Delco 6 Cylinder distributor, complete with tacho drive.
The Delco 6 Cylinder is used in famous 6 cylinder Triumphs including the TR5, TR6 and GT6.
It is available as traditional points (to keep it stock), with electronic ignition (for better performance and reliability), or High Energy Electronic (for serious tuning and racing). We also offer a Positive Earth version for vehicles that have not been converted to Negative Earth.
Our points Delco distributor comes with a fresh set of points, while electronic options replace the points with a patented Powerspark Electronic Ignition module.
All of our distributors are 'plug and play' and are ready to use straight out of the box.
Take a look at our Ignition Bundles to find a set of HT Leads, Coil and Spark Plugs for your car at the same time.
We offer this distributor in the following combinations:
Fitment of the Delco 6 Cylinder Distributor includes and is not limited to:
- Triumph TR5, TR250 1967-68
- Triumph TR6 1969-75
- Triumph GT6 1966-75
- Triumph Vitesse 1962-67
About the Powerspark range of distributors:
Traditional Points Distributors:
The traditional ignition system used in most cars up until the 1980s.
- To be used with a Standard or Sports ignition coil, resistance reading above 1.4ohms. OK to use copper HT Leads
Standard Electronic Ignition Distributors:
Looks like an original points distributor but contains an electronic ignition module
- To be used with a Standard or Sports ignition coil, resistance reading above 1.4ohms. Not suitable for use with copper HT Leads
High Energy Electronic Ignition Distributors:
Looks like an original points distributor but contains an electronic ignition module capable of 3x the spark of standard electronic ignition.
- To be used with a Standard or Sports ignition coil, resistance reading less than 1.4ohm. Not suitable for use with copper HT Leads
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I've struggled to identify a problem where my GT6 wouldn't rev above 3.5K and would miss when warm. I had replaced everything, leads, plugs, coil, points, condenser, rotor arm etc.
In desperation decided it must be the original Delco D204 Dizzy,
The D46 has completely cured this, now running smoothly through the rev rage, no miss firing.
Really happy.... why didn't I do this first!