FAST Points Conversion for Classic Cars


Users can benefit from modern day, digital technology with the FAST® XR-i Replacement Module included in a new points conversion kit. This system will do away with points setting and float, which can rob engines of power and performance.

The XR-i is a compact module that bolts directly in place of the breaker point assembly. It triggers from the factory cam lobe, meaning there are only two wires to connect during installation. The microcontroller of the module manages the signal and dwell time in the coil to produce a much higher output spark than the factory version. This will improve the performance and drivability of classic vehicles. A built-in rev limiter also protects engines in the event of driveline failure or a missed shift. The XR-i kit is designed for classic Chevrolet, Ford, Oldsmobile and Pontiac V8 applications. It may be optionally used with the FAST® PS20 Coil to enhance the output of the factory ignition system. Thanks to CARB E.O. D-225-67, the FAST® XR-i Points Conversion Kit is also 50-state legal.

Quick Facts

Street Price: $62.88 – $101.53

Features & Benefits:

  • The easiest points upgrade available
  • Triggers from factory cam lobe with precision timing
  • Increases spark output for improved drivability
  • Simple 2-wire connection retains factory appearances
  • Allows user to set an engine-saving rev limit
  • Faster start-up for reduced cranking time
  • Crisper throttle response as there is no lag from points
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    11 Responses to “FAST Points Conversion for Classic Cars”

    1. Cliff Benz

      <strong>Ticket 36990</strong> On a small block chevy it is recommended(by the manufacter) you take the distributor out to install. I do not know how to do that.

    2. Cliff

      On small block chevy manufacturer of FastXR-1 kit. Recommends removing distributor because of location. I don't know how to do that.

    3. James Smith

      Would like to try it in my 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix!

    4. Everett E. Olson

      I would be interested in this conversion for my Chev. 350--Merc. 292 and Ford 390,--where can I get more information ?

    5. Greg Broadbent

      I just found a 68 Cutlass Convertible.

    6. Greg Broadbent

      I just found a 68 Cutlass Convertible and am considering the 'pointless" ignition system.

    7. Rogerpotts

      69 Olds cutlass small block v-8, 350 or 400,auto/factory air 2bbl Rochester carb

    8. Stephen

      Do you make it for a model a ford

    9. Jim Guibord

      1963 Ford 260 V8 Ranchero, price?

    10. Roger Brown

      Ok, how about a unit that will fit a 73 IH 1210 pickup with the 345 V8, stock distributor?