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Dropping the distributor the Ford way v. Chevy way.
15426378: like 2+2 said 7 and 8 wires seperated as far as possible. they fire after each other and the cylinders are next door neighbours
13726548: 5 and 6 wires seperate for the same reason
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302ci, Edelbrock RPM heads and cam, 650 Holley DP(Ultra Street Avenger), Hooker Long Tube headers and Flowmaster 40s
Quick Performance Racing 9" rear, Moser axles, 3.5:1 trac-loc from FRPP and T5 transmission.
CSRP disc brakes front and FRPP discs back. http://www.gascc.ie
18436572 in a GM is the same as 15426378 in a Ford, if you number the cylinders the same way. I've had 18436572 in my head since my teens (a long time ago) and still use it to wire a Ford. At least this holds true for 289/302, I know some engines have different firing orders, just too lazy to look it up.
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