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I know everyone is sick and tired of talking about duraspark ignitions, but there is still one questions I can't find an answer to.
What springs do I replace the stock distributor springs with?

 

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You don't have to change the springs at all, but it's a cheap way to add a little extra 'zip' to some engines.

The spring kit you are looking for is Mr. Gasket P/N 925D, and can be ordered by any parts store that handles Mr. Gasket stuff.
You can mix and match springs. It's the total spring pressure, so a heavy spring can be mixed with a medium spring, and so on.
Start with a Heavy factory, and a medium from the kit, and work lighter from there.
Don't let the engine detonate. If you get spark knock, back the timing up a little, and if that doesn't work, go back to the next heavier springs.
This is a test and tune process, so get comfortable with pulling the distributor...

Good luck, and if there is anything I can help with, just ask.
Aaron.

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