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Old 10-30-2005, 00:14   #1 (permalink)
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Electronic Dizzy- will it fit...???

Hi, just thought I would wander over "to the dark side" to ask a question for a mate. Will a dizzy out of a later windsor (1985 F series) fit an earlier 302?

The oil pump drive looks longer. Will it still fit, or can you trim the end off, or is it a 100% no-go? Any info appreciated, thanks.
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Old 10-30-2005, 17:08   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Electronic Dizzy- will it fit...???

easiest way is to have both dizzys side by side.
I suggest swaping the drive gears over if the electric dizzy is out of a roller cam engine. and if you are using the inductive type dizzy use in conjuction with a XF ignition module. there should be three wires earth and two triggers. Ussually there is a purple and an orange wire. connect both the orange and black wire to earth and the purple to the trigger on the module. I have put a factory ford electric dizzy to my early windsor though I am not sure what year it is it fitted with very little trouble and has vastly improved the performance of the enigine.
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Old 10-31-2005, 00:09   #3 (permalink)
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Side by side the most noticeable difference is the length of the shaft....... The dizzy is a TFI (I think). I all for just making it fit, but my mate is a bit of a skeptic!!
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Don't worry...... I just found some old info. The dizzy is definitely TFI, so NO advance. Oh well.....
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