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Your 1963 GMC Suburban might be the best vehicle you’ve ever owned. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Distributor product you desperately need.
We currently carry 4 Distributor products to choose from for your 1963 GMC Suburban, and our inventory prices range from as little as $55.99 up to $151.99.
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I purchased this distributor for a period-correct build with a 400hp 350 Chevy, but my review applies to even stock lower-hp engines. The distributor housing is cast well, and the shaft doesn't have side play. The shaft end play is within tolerance. The cam is centered when spun by hand. The points plate is sturdy enough. The vacuum advance module is adjustable, which was a nice surprise. The rotor is good quality with thick plastic and a brass contact. The cap is also good quality with brass contact towers and copper contacts for the plug wires. After installing installing performance advance weights and springs, I installed the distributor and set dwell to 30, which was no issue (the adjuster screw is a Philips head vs. the original hex head style). The reason for my two stars is the points. They are absolute garbage. The timing mark jumped around excessively by 1/4" at idle. At 3,300 rpm when my total mechanical advance comes in, the timing mark jumped around by 1/2". Out on the road at wide open throttle, the engine began missing intermediately at 3,500 rpm and hard at 5K rpm to where it made no more power, acting like it was hitting a rev limiter, which the car doesn't have. I hooked up the dwell meter and thumbed the throttle slowly from idle to 5K rpm. At 3,500 rpm the dwell quickly spiked down from 30 to 12. At 5K rpm, the dwell dropped to 12 and stayed there. Conclusion: the points were fluttering at 3,500 and bouncing hard at 5K. I swapped out the points for a set of Standard Blue Streak high performance points with dual springs and copper body and all issues went away. The timing mark is steady, and the engine pulls hard from idle to redline at 6,500 rpm. Overall, the distributor seems of good quality except for the points, so plan on spending another $25 on a set of quality points.
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