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corvesy
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corvesy
05-27-19 06:44 AM - Post#2767167    

What are you guys doing for a reliable LT-1 distributor these days? I am on my second one from the parts store.
TAT_2
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TAT_2
05-27-19 02:50 PM - Post#2767200    

AH YES,THE OPTI SPARK.
I HAVENT HAD THE JOY TO R&R MINE YET.
BUT UPON READING JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING.
THIS PLACE IS RECOMMENDED.
https://www.saccitycorvette.com/AIPOptiSpark.html
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Mel Foye
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Mel Foye
05-29-19 10:29 AM - Post#2767287    

Also check out Eckler's.
Rick_L
Member #409
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Rick_L
07-05-19 04:28 PM - Post#2770007    

Been a while, but a few years back the "go to" deal was a new one from a Chevy dealer.

Also, if you have a 92-94 model, consider doing what it takes to go with a "vented" opti unit, which came on 95-97 models. Takes a couple of mods to install, but the vent setup evacuates the corrosive gases inside cap/rotor area and increases life.

The auto supply ones have a reputation for being junk.

The other thing to consider if you're changing the opti is to change the water pump too. Cause if you don't and it leaks out the weep hole or the shaft drive seal - it takes out your new opti.
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