Sorry to ask on the Mustang threads, but Im having some issues with my '57 Chevy racecar ignition and need advice. Its all pretty similar stuff so I thought someone might have an answer. Like I said, the car is a 57 Chevy 2 door coupe witha 383 and a TKO 5 speed. Its got aluminum heads, intake, Holley 4bbl, comp cam, etc. Dynos at about 380 RWHP and 400+ lb RW torq. Its pretty quick. Before the Tremec went in, it would run 13.00 at 106 with a TH350 auto. I imagine its a bit quicker now with a 5 speed. So I have a HEI ignition that has been modified with a MSD blaster coil, cap, etc. I am also using a Digital 6 ignition box to get the rev limiter, start retard features and have options for some NOS later on. Im considering switching to a standard points type ignition. Like an MSD billet distributor and a blaster coil. Question is: Is that really necessary? I can save alot of money to spend on other stuff by just getting a new set of plug wired (which are worn) and keeping HEI. I dont even use the vaccuum advance. Is there anything WRONG with HEI on a motor like that? Any help is much apreciated.