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Parts for 202 Electronic Distributor

Hey all,
Just in the process of upgrading my HQ red 202 to an electronic distributor to get rid of the points. I already have the distributor and coil, so the parts i need to know are types of plugs, leads, dissy cap and rotor that are best suited for the upgrade?
What are best simple and straight forward parts suited for a plain and stock red 202 with no fancy carbs or manifolds or anything on it.
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I thought there was a NKG number there some where they do have red motor plugs with the big gap for he1 .The bursons bloke has no trouble finding them

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I had to give up trying to hot up the old holden 6 after I drove mums Avalon.

But I have used NGK multipoint plugs in pointless red 6's & 8's for years with absolutely no issues at all, instant starting and smooth responsive driving but as said others will argue against them.

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I have mild 202 with a 161 head in my HD & I run a standard style plug with a built in resister to use with my Bosch HEI dizzy, with ya standard HQ 202 I would just use what was required for for VC VH Commodores & a 1.5mm air gap on the plugs.
Be sure to supply a constant 12v to the coil.

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