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Re: Real back in the day survivor
« Reply #130 on: Jun 27, 2017, 15:08:09 »
That's a Ford B Model distributor.  The advance on them looks almost identical to the mechanical advance on the CB750.  Does it have the single points contact?

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Re: Real back in the day survivor
« Reply #131 on: Jun 27, 2017, 17:26:44 »
Cool old stuff.
Maybe Roto-Faze used an old VW Beetle cap as it was about the cheapest on the market at that time?
 I have a few sets of CB750 pistons but all are 0.50mm or 9.75mm oversize. Going to modify a set for my 77 CB550 as it's done over 74,000miles on the 'original' CB750 'stock' pistons (if I ever get back to Britain while I can still function properly?) Going to need new liners to use anything other than 0.50mm though, spigot gets way too thin

NICE.
Wanta do another set?

The RC Engineering unit used a reverse rotation VW unit.  I think this is a Ford unit.
That's a Ford B Model distributor.  The advance on them looks almost identical to the mechanical advance on the CB750.  Does it have the single points contact?

I have heard that it might be Ford.
Dual points.