I mentioned a few weeks ago I’m replacing my distributor with a Nodiz distributorless igniton https://motorsport-electronics.co.uk/products/ignition-only-systems/nodiz-pro/. The kit has all arrived and I’ve made a start. Here’s the bit’s I’ve got:- I thought it was everything but I now realise I need new plugleads too. Everything is from Motorsport Electronics, except the trigger wheel and the sensor bracket which are from trigger-wheels.com. My KEW crank damper has no room in front for a trigger wheel (I even had to shave the fan blades to stop them hitting the front of it). Luckily there’s 7mm spare between the pulley and the timing cover, so the trigger wheel is going there. It’s a 5.75” trigger wheel and slightly smaller diameter than the damper so nice and discreet. I had a friend machine a 48mm hole in the middle to fit on the back of the damper. Next I’ve got to mount the sensor. I think it’ll fit at about 4 o’clock, keeping it discreet. When that’s done, I can figure out the position of the missing tooth (90 deg before the sensor), mark it up and get the trigger wheel tigged on.