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    When using the GM small cap external coil distributor for a fuel injection conversion to the IH, which one are we looking for?

    The distributor I used for the GM-IH hybrid was from a 1988 Chevy 5.7l (350) Chevy. So I assume that all the Chevy GMC V8 motors from 1987 to 1992 will work because that is where we get out best ECM (the 1227747).

    But where else can we find them and are they any different?
    My 1993 Chevy Caprice (notacop) retired from the police dept has what looks to be the same.
    I just saw one from a 1997 that looks the same.
    Would they have different modules?
    Any one better than the other?
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    module

    I only use one type of module.

    It was used in all the TBI systems I have bought so far.
    There are different modules.

    This was used in some camaro's and vettes.
    Haven't tried to use one yet. not sure of the pin out.
    HTH
    Bill USN-1

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