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Ignition System The high energy ignition (HEI), part number 88961867, included with the ZZ427/480 is a self-contained ignition system that includes a magnetic pick up, a module, coil, rotor, and cap. The HEI's large diameter cap minimizes arcing and crossfiring between adjacent spark plug terminals. I installed a GM crate ZZ427 in my '69 and have never regretted it for a moment. If there is a downside, it does add some weight to the front of the car, and it is NOT fuel efficient, but I am sure that isn't even a consideration of anyone wanting a big-block. This engine operates flawlessly, with no external cooling system fans. Ignition System The high energy ignition (HEI), part number 88961867, included with the ZZ427/480 is a self-contained ignition system that includes a magnetic pick up, a module, coil, rotor, and cap. The HEI's large diameter cap minimizes arcing and crossfiring between adjacent spark plug terminals. Ignition System The high energy ignition (HEI), part number 88961867, included with the ZZ427/480 is a self-contained ignition system that includes a magnetic pick up, a module, coil, rotor, and cap. The HEI's large diameter cap minimizes arcing and crossfiring between adjacent spark plug terminals. Ignition System The high energy ignition (HEI), part number 88961867, included with the ZZ427/480 is a self-contained ignition system that includes a magnetic pick up, a module, coil, rotor, and cap. The HEI's large diameter cap minimizes arcing and crossfiring between adjacent spark plug terminals. The ZZ427 is an exciting trip back to one of the high points in the history of the Chevrolet big-block. With a conservative rating of 480 horsepower and loads of torque, it’s still one of the best crate engines for just about any big-block application. Matched to my KEISLER RS500 and all the giggles you can handle for under 9 grand. Ignition System The high energy ignition (HEI), part number 88961867, included with the ZZ427/480 is a self-contained ignition system that includes a magnetic pick up, a module, coil, rotor, and cap. The HEI's large diameter cap minimizes arcing and crossfiring between adjacent spark plug terminals. The ZZ427 is an exciting trip back to one of the high points in the history of the Chevrolet big-block. With a conservative rating of 480 horsepower and loads of torque, it’s still one of the best crate engines for just about any big-block application. Matched to my KEISLER RS500 and all the giggles you can handle for under 9 grand. The ZZ427 big-block crate engine brings back all of the good things that you remember about the 427 with a few modern new upgrades. With an updated cast iron block, a 10.1:1 final compression ratio, and an aggressive hydraulic roller camshaft, the ZZ427 offers you outstanding performance while still living on low octane fuel. Ignition System The high energy ignition (HEI), part number 88961867, included with the ZZ427/480 is a self-contained ignition system that includes a magnetic pick up, a module, coil, rotor, and cap. The HEI's large diameter cap minimizes arcing and crossfiring between adjacent spark plug terminals. Ignition System The high energy ignition (HEI), part number 88961867, included with the ZZ427/480 is a self-contained ignition system that includes a magnetic pick up, a module, coil, rotor, and cap. The HEI's large diameter cap minimizes arcing and crossfiring between adjacent spark plug terminals. The ZZ427 is an exciting trip back to one of the high points in the history of the Chevrolet big-block. With a conservative rating of 480 horsepower and loads of torque, it’s still one of the best crate engines for just about any big-block application. Matched to my KEISLER RS500 and all the giggles you can handle for under 9 grand. The ZZ427 big-block crate engine brings back all of the good things that you remember about the 427 with a few modern new upgrades. With an updated cast iron block, a 10.1:1 final compression ratio, and an aggressive hydraulic roller camshaft, the ZZ427 offers you outstanding performance while still living on low octane fuel. Ignition System The high energy ignition (HEI), part number 88961867, included with the ZZ427/480 is a self-contained ignition system that includes a magnetic pick up, a module, coil, rotor, and cap. The HEI's large diameter cap minimizes arcing and crossfiring between adjacent spark plug terminals. The ZZ427 is an exciting trip back to one of the high points in the history of the Chevrolet big-block. With a conservative rating of 480 horsepower and loads of torque, it’s still one of the best crate engines for just about any big-block application. Matched to my KEISLER RS500 and all the giggles you can handle for under 9 grand. The ZZ427 big-block crate engine brings back all of the good things that you remember about the 427 with a few modern new upgrades. With an updated cast iron block, a 10.1:1 final compression ratio, and an aggressive hydraulic roller camshaft, the ZZ427 offers you outstanding performance while still living on low octane fuel. Ignition System The high energy ignition (HEI), part number 88961867, included with the ZZ427/480 is a self-contained ignition system that includes a magnetic pick up, a module, coil, rotor, and cap. The HEI's large diameter cap minimizes arcing and crossfiring between adjacent spark plug terminals. The ZZ427 is an exciting trip back to one of the high points in the history of the Chevrolet big-block. With a conservative rating of 480 horsepower and loads of torque, it’s still one of the best crate engines for just about any big-block application. Matched to my KEISLER RS500 and all the giggles you can handle for under 9 grand. The ZZ427/480 features our latest-generation block casting with four-bolt main caps, an all-forged rotating assembly, and a hydraulic roller camshaft instead of the original L88’s flat-tappet cam, for greater drivability and a broader performance range. The ZZ427 is an exciting trip back to one of the high points in the history of the Chevrolet big-block. With a conservative rating of 480 horsepower and loads of torque, it’s still one of the best crate engines for just about any big-block application. Matched to my KEISLER RS500 and all the giggles you can handle for under 9 grand. The ZZ427 is an exciting trip back to one of the high points in the history of the Chevrolet big-block. With a conservative rating of 480 horsepower and loads of torque, it’s still one of the best crate engines for just about any big-block application. Matched to my KEISLER RS500 and all the giggles you can handle for under 9 grand. The ZZ427 cam is listed as 211/230, .510"/.540". You're right- it would easy to believe the sound with the bigger 502 cam in it- which, I suppose, is still a small cam by BB standards. I thought?? that GM was using the 224/234 cam in the ZZ427, but that's not what the brochure says. I installed a GM crate ZZ427 in my '69 and have never regretted it for a moment. If there is a downside, it does add some weight to the front of the car, and it is NOT fuel efficient, but I am sure that isn't even a consideration of anyone wanting a big-block. This engine operates flawlessly, with no external cooling system fans. I installed a GM crate ZZ427 in my '69 and have never regretted it for a moment. If there is a downside, it does add some weight to the front of the car, and it is NOT fuel efficient, but I am sure that isn't even a consideration of anyone wanting a big-block. This engine operates flawlessly, with no external cooling system fans. The ZZ427 is an exciting trip back to one of the high points in the history of the Chevrolet big-block. With a conservative rating of 480 horsepower and loads of torque, it’s still one of the best crate engines for just about any big-block application. Matched to my KEISLER RS500 and all the giggles you can handle for under 9 grand. I installed a GM crate ZZ427 in my '69 and have never regretted it for a moment. If there is a downside, it does add some weight to the front of the car, and it is NOT fuel efficient, but I am sure that isn't even a consideration of anyone wanting a big-block. This engine operates flawlessly, with no external cooling system fans. The ZZ427/480 features our latest-generation block casting with four-bolt main caps, an all-forged rotating assembly, and a hydraulic roller camshaft instead of the original L88’s flat-tappet cam, for greater drivability and a broader performance range. I installed a GM crate ZZ427 in my '69 and have never regretted it for a moment. If there is a downside, it does add some weight to the front of the car, and it is NOT fuel efficient, but I am sure that isn't even a consideration of anyone wanting a big-block. This engine operates flawlessly, with no external cooling system fans. I installed a GM crate ZZ427 in my '69 and have never regretted it for a moment. If there is a downside, it does add some weight to the front of the car, and it is NOT fuel efficient, but I am sure that isn't even a consideration of anyone wanting a big-block. This engine operates flawlessly, with no external cooling system fans. The ZZ427 is an exciting trip back to one of the high points in the history of the Chevrolet big-block. With a conservative rating of 480 horsepower and loads of torque, it’s still one of the best crate engines for just about any big-block application. Matched to my KEISLER RS500 and all the giggles you can handle for under 9 grand. The ZZ427 cam is listed as 211/230, .510"/.540". You're right- it would easy to believe the sound with the bigger 502 cam in it- which, I suppose, is still a small cam by BB standards. I thought?? that GM was using the 224/234 cam in the ZZ427, but that's not what the brochure says.