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My early BMW blue book list the 1600ti distributor as a Bosch JFR 4. That is the same number as the 2002ti in the later Bmw service  Blue book. 
 

The 1600ti lists 15 degrees of centrifugal advance plus or minus 1 degree. 1200 rpm Measured at the distributor shaft. That would be 2400 rpm maximum advance on the flywheel. 
 

Jeff 

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It’s certainly confusing, I’m pretty sure it would be a Steel body distributor with centrifugal advance only. The later BMW Blue Service books in the 2 volume set list in the foot notes many of the superseded distributor part numbers. I found this JFR 4 0 231 129 026 in my collection and it’s a steel body. 

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