View Full Version : stock COP or Kurt Urban LS distributor for my setup..


AAK z28
07-05-2012, 12:17 AM
I have the stock pcm and coils as of now it runs i didnt drive it yet i only had it tuned. Billy is pushin me towards a BS3 to tune the motor to its full potential. I havent made a pass on it yet but before i do i was thinkin about maybe getting the kurt urban distributor setup. going to be shifting somewhere around 8000-8100 and probably going to get a bs3. will switching to the distributor make a difference?

solid roller
14:1 compression
motor is built the right way

LS1MCSS
07-05-2012, 07:54 AM
I don't know all the specs of your engine, except what you have listed, but if Billy Briggs is suggesting it then you probably should get it.

AAK z28
07-05-2012, 11:53 AM
he suggested the BS3 i didnt ask him about the distributor change

Phil99vette
07-05-2012, 12:23 PM
I have the stock pcm and coils as of now it runs i didnt drive it yet i only had it tuned. Billy is pushin me towards a BS3 to tune the motor to its full potential. I havent made a pass on it yet but before i do i was thinkin about maybe getting the kurt urban distributor setup. going to be shifting somewhere around 8000-8100 and probably going to get a bs3. will switching to the distributor make a difference?

solid roller
14:1 compression
motor is built the right way


I've got a jesel distributor drive for an LS for sale.

AAK z28
07-05-2012, 01:06 PM
doesnt the block have to be torn down and machined to fit a jesel belt drive?

Phil99vette
07-05-2012, 02:33 PM
doesnt the block have to be torn down and machined to fit a jesel belt drive?

The distributor drive bolts onto the front of the cover, I'll find a pic. Its not the belt drive for teh cam....

Pro Stock John
07-05-2012, 03:40 PM
doesnt the block have to be torn down and machined to fit a jesel belt drive?

yes i believe so.

Reckless
07-06-2012, 04:23 PM
There have been quite a few people that do quite well with the COP stuff. Eventually they get to the point where they need a dizzy setup. Both Mark Koehler and Mark Carlyle switched to a dizzy setup after last season due to spark issues. Not sure at what power level it makes sense, but most of the guys are turning a lot of RPM.