View Full Version : Replacement plug leads and distributor rotor for SR20DE

23-05-2018, 06:49 PM
So... I went to Bursons to get a new distributor rotor and a set of plug leads for my N15S2 SSS today. $150 ish, plus not in stock so will have to get them in.

Gerard (I think) at GC Corp (http://www.gccorp.com.au/) used to be the "go to" place for these things, but there don't seem to be many (or any?) products on their page any more. Is the company still in business?

The Bosch web site has them... but at silly prices:

Bosch B4147i plug leads:


Bosch GH805 distributor rotor:


Bosch GH804 distributor cap


Does anyone have a good source of reasonable quality parts at an ok price?

23-05-2018, 07:08 PM
GCCorp is basically shutdown.


give him a go.

Also if you can/have the genuine part numbers, you can use websites like amayama.com to order genuine parts dirt cheap compared to what local nissan dealer will charge.

23-05-2018, 07:25 PM
Thanks Cozzm0. A shame about GC Corp. The prices from Coastmodz seem pretty similar to what I've been looking at locally. NGK plug leads discounted to $109 and so on.


I'm not in any great hurry, so might have to look at Amayama.com.

25-05-2018, 05:38 PM
Yeh prices vary wildly from some sources, it depends if you can wait (like most things unless you "REALLY" need them) then i order a large bulk batch from Amayama. Works out sometimes as much as 50% off compared to buying locally for some things, like seals etc.

27-05-2018, 01:17 PM
I would recommend you change distributor cap and rotor.

Here is a deal:



As for leads - The Red Jett uses these:

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Nissan-Pulsar-GTiR-N14-N15-SSS-SR20DE-2L-for-Spark-Ignition-Leads-Wires/162996420769?hash=item25f35800a1:g:0dEAAOSwFFtarKV 6


27-05-2018, 01:49 PM
AND . . .

If you want to go ballistic, fit one of these.

I've been running this coil in the Red Jett for the last decade. Due to the power of this coil, life span of dizzy cap and rotor are reduced by 60%.
I change the cap & rotor every 20,000 klicks.


You can see the Red Jett's CRANE COIL under the MAF intake. There is a red lead running from it to the dizzy cap. Placed in this area to keep it cooler, as stock is attached to engine block.
TOP GUN leads are visible in all their glory. . .