Well thats a pretty intense question, so if your a builder, you should be able to follow me here..... NOW first off, I take an make my own distributor.... The kit-stock parts are hard to use for how I do this. SO I make my own distributor, and top it with a flat washer.... BUT before I put that washer onto the part I make, I take the wire I use for plug wire (bought from Radio Shack) is either red or blue 30 gauge wire (comes in a 50 foot roll for about $4.00).... I then pull off four, sections of wire, all 4 inches in length.... THEN I cut ONE section a bit longer then 2 inch in length, and make a "hook" on the end of it, and then the other 4 I bend in half, so that they have 2 ends, each 2 inches long, and then hook them in the center to that longer section. in the "hook" I made, twist it around all four pieces in the center. THEN bend it around or wrap it that it stands out with the rest of the 2 inch section.... Follow me? I then glue this whole thing to the distributor I made with "Fix-All adhesive by Super Glue (I buy it at the local Dollar Tree for a buck) and let it "set a little, and then take that flat washer and side it down over ALL the wires, and seat it on top of the distributor as a "finish" and it gives me a "lip" on the top of the distributor. Allow this to dry...... Once dry, I hold the wires and paint the distributor as needed PER engine some have the tan distributor, other with a red one, and then IF I turn the distributor from Aluminum, I leave it, and make sure its shiny..... Once your happy with the "looks" I then CA glue (Krazy Glue) it to the engine, whether its a big block, Hemi, B/RB engine in the front on an angle, that had a hole drilled in the block at that angle and then glue it in with the Krazy Glue. Allow to dry, as then I look at firing orders to see where and what plug wire goes where on the block around the circle or the distributor....I have holes drilled into the head where the plugs would be in real life, and then take each wire that goes to that plug around the distributor, and get them "in-place".... ONCE thats done, I then take each wire to that side of the engine, and add the wire looms that I also make, from small 1/16th head shrink tubing, and shrink it to the wire NORMALLY 3 wires to 2 wires to one, stepping down each time as one plug wire goes in the head. THEN BEFORE I "install" the plug wires into the head, I look and find whatever I may have SMALL wire insulation to use as a "boot", and simply slip it over the plug wires, it has to "fit" not real loose, but not real tight either, as it has to adjust to the wire going in, I then slip the wire with the boot on the wire into the head, trim as needed for length and position, and once they fit and look "natural" I take a tooth pick add a drop of Krazy Glue onto it, and then just touch the WIRE at contact with the head, and quickly slip the boot up to the head, and move on to the next wire till all 8 are done. THAT "long" wire that was the "center" wire is the coil wire! SHOULD come out of the center of the Distributor, if not, THEN I use whatever wire is "center" on the exit of the Distributor, for the coil as it doesn't have to be the actual "center" wire, only in real life..... Let me know if that all makes sense! Hope it helps!