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Somewhere I have the insides and rotor out of my TEA20 distributor and a second, complete, overhauled spare distributor.
I wouldn't have points and condensers in any of my vehicles, not even in an insane moment.........
Pertronix electronic ignition and HV coil!!! :lol:
TEA20 distributor rotors are available from Sparex S.42374.
Did John say the TR7 rotor will fit the TEA20? The TR7 had the Triumph Dolomite engine which may have been similar to the earlier TR2, TR3 and TR4, which in turn were very similar to the TEA20 engine.
If you are restoring that TEA20, may I suggest a further enhancement?
Chrome gear lever/transmission shifter and chrome throttle lever:
Bling is essential!!! As any teenager knows, chrome bling adds 25 HP to the engine power and a further 20 MPH to the top speed!! :lol:
Bob in Oz
This post was edited by Bob (Aust) at 14:50:36 06/10/14.
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