KDM6 - Powerspark Electronic Ignition Kit (Negative Earth) for Lucas DM6 and DMBZ6A Distributor
This ignition kit is designed to replace the points and condenser inside the Lucas DM6 and DMBZ6A Distributor
The DM6 and DMBZ6A is a 6 cylinder distributor and can be found in classic Austin, Austin Healey, Humber, Jaguar, and Rover cars amongst others.
Iconic 6 cylinder classic cars known to use the Lucas DM6 and DMBZ6A Distributor include the Aston Martin DB4, DB5, DB6, Austin Healey 100-6, 3000 MK1 and 2, Jaguar XK150, E Type and XKE as well as the Humber Super Snipe.
This kit is suited to the following vehicles:
Avis TC108G Saloon Graber Body, TD21 Saloon, Coupe
Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire, Sapphire 236, 346 Saloon & Limousine
Austin A90, A95 Westminster, Countryman (1955-59), A99, A105, A135 Princess, 3, 10 Litchfield (1935), Princess 3.0 (1960),
Austin Healey 100-6
Aston Martin DB4 6 Cylinder, DB5 6 Cylinder, DB6 6 Cylinder
Daimler Conquest (1955-58), Empress (1955), 560 Majestic (1959), 60 One O Four (1956-7) Regency 3.5 Litre, Litre (1955), Regina Limousine (1955)
Faithorpe Zeta (and more)
Ford Zephyr and Zodiac (1958-59), Zodiac MK1, MK2
Humber Super Snipe, Super Snipe Series I , Series II 3 Litre, Imperial HC , LC
Jaguar E Type (1961-63, MK VIII, MK IX (1957) MK X (1962), XK150 (1958-60) MK2 3.4 & 3.8 litre (1959-60)
Laguna Rapide (1961)
MorrisIsis Saloon, Traveller (1956-67)
Rover 75, 90 (1954-59), 3 Litre (1959)
Standard Vanguard Luxury Six Saloon & Estate (1962-63)
Vanden Plas Princess 3.0 (1961)
Wolseley Six Ninety Four (1954) Six Ninety Nine (1961)
If you are unsure about fitment or compatibility, please contact us
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Fitted to a Mk 2 Ford Zodiac. A little more difficult to fit than the on line reviews elsewhere would generally have you believe, but straight forward enough with common sense applied. Best to remove the distributor from the car for ease of access. Despite the old points and condenser being in good condition, this made a significant positive impact on the starting and running of the car. I've read reports about these systems failing after fitment. Time will tell, but for the moment, thoroughly recommend.