After all the concerns and uncertainties that have been discussed here regarding possible rotor phasing issues with the ProFlo Mopar Distributors, we have done some investigating and determined that the Rotor phasing is Correct.

As show in photos below, at 12-degrees base timing (Yellow Mark) and 36-degrees of advance (Red Mark), the rotor tip is well within the range of the distributor cap terminal.


1. Short Tooth Mid Sensor @12-degrees.jpg

Short Tooth Aligned to Middle of the Hall-Effect Sensor with the Crankshaft/Balancer at 12-degrees BTDC


2. Rotor Tip at 12-degrees.jpg

Rotor Tip Position (Yellow) in Relation to #1 Cylinder (Distributor Cap) Terminal Location at 12-degrees BTDC on the Crankshaft/Balancer

At 12-degrees, the rotor tip is close to center of the cap terminal.


3. Rotor Tip at 36-degrees.jpg

Rotor Tip Position (Red) in Relation to #1 Cylinder (Distributor Cap) Terminal Location at 36-degrees BTDC on the Crankshaft/Balancer

At 36-degrees, the leading edge of the rotor is at the terminal and well within range to the correct cap terminal.


4. Rotor Tip to Terminal.jpg

Rotor tip position in relation to #1 Cylinder (Distributor Cap) Terminal Location at 12-degrees & 36-degrees BTDC with Distributor Cap installed.