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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Is an MSD box able to take it&

Is an MSD box able to take it's 'direct battery wire' (as opposed to
the switched input) connection off the starter or will the voltage
fluctuation fry it?

Will it add substantially an optically triggered distributor system with a high performance coil? Having buyer's remorse alittle.

Thanks
Russ
 
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RT,

you're not supposed


RT,

you're not supposed to pull the power from the starter circuit, and I can see how it might cause the box problems. You can use the starter connections for testing without problems ;-).

They do help. I know you've probably spent a ton already on your mods, for the additional $200 approx. for an MSD it's probably worth it for plug, longevity, and starting, fouling issues.

Regards, JRV
 
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JRV
You rock - many thanks. W


JRV
You rock - many thanks. Will run a heavy gauge wire to the front. I'm using the switched coil power line as the switched power
rt
And by the way: a ton and a half...and loving it. :p
 
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Hi Russ,

On my BB, I connec


Hi Russ,

On my BB, I connected the always to be hot "RED" MSD wire to the B+ terminal on the alternator, as it is always hot...Sure beats running a line to the front of the car. BTW, the MSD has been set up to run this way for over 15 years, without a hiccup.

Regards,
David
 
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