K24pp - Powerspark Electronic Ignition Kit (Positive Earth) for Delco 4 Cyl Distributor
This Powerspark Electronic Ignition Kit is designed to replace the points and condenser inside Delco 4 Cyl distributors.
Delco 4 Cyl distributors can be found in many vehicles classic Vauxhalls, Bedfords, Talbots, Triumphs and more. The Delco 4 Cyl distributor was used in the Vauxhall Viva, Cavalier, Chevette and Firenze, as well as some Triumphs including the Spitfire MK1 and 2.
This Powerspark Electronic Ignition Kit contains everything needed to convert your car from points & condenser to electronic ignition.
Fitting is easy and instructions are included with the packaging, as well as available online and in the video below.
- Easy to install
- Replaces troublesome points and condenser
- No visible difference in your engine bay
- Improved starting
- Improved performance
- Improved durability
- Maintenance free
- To be used with a coil resistance above 1.5 ohms only
- MUST be used with silicone HT leads, NOT COPPER. Click here to browse our range of HT leads.
Powerspark Electronic Ignition explained in more detail:
The kit uses a simple magnetic trigger and optimises dwell to provide a reliable and consistent spark across the rev range. It is easy to install and maintenance free.
Each kit comprises a baseplate with electronic module, trigger ring and all wiring. The new electronic baseplate mounts exactly where the points and condenser baseplate sat. The kit connects directly to the coil using the wires provided, red to the positive side and black to the negative side. The ignition kit will automatically shut down if the ignition is left switched on without the engine running to prevent component damage.
Powerspark Electronic Ignition Kits are designed to work with a coil resistance above 1.5 ohms, typically 3.0 ohms. Some performance coils operate at a lower resistance and will need the High Energy electronic ignition kit.
Full fitting instructions are included with your kit, and plenty more instructions can be found on our blog.
Watch our 'how to fit a Powerspark Electronic Ignition Kit' video here: