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    Looking for a distributor for a 392 Hemi. Running a MSD and the box is messed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Spring View Post
    Looking for a distributor for a 392 Hemi. Running a MSD and the box is messed up.
    I read about more problems from Msd - lol - What distrubter do you have ? My understanding is you can run a more reliable ford pick up box from an auto parts store - save some cash !
    " my carbon footprint is gonna kick your green ass"


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    WOWO!!!!! THat has to be the most beautiful crank that Ive ever seen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky View Post
    I read about more problems from Msd - lol - What distrubter do you have ? My understanding is you can run a more reliable ford pick up box from an auto parts store - save some cash !
    It is also a MSD purchased the total pacage form summit.

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    you shound very dissipointed - sry dude ..... Msd is like a big titted blonde driving a mercedes - HIGH MAINTENCE
    " my carbon footprint is gonna kick your green ass"


    Quote Originally Posted by 396_Ways_To_Spit View Post
    WOWO!!!!! THat has to be the most beautiful crank that Ive ever seen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by MAXIMUS View Post
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    [/SIGPIC]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky View Post
    you shound very dissipointed - sry dude ..... Msd is like a big titted blonde driving a mercedes - HIGH MAINTENCE
    What I have is MSD pro billet PN8544 MSD blaster Coil MSD box 6m2

    Thats funny I never know i would be spending as much on my wife as i do my boat. Sh** I am going broke

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    I may have a dual point one if you are interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 65 Sanger 440 View Post
    I may have a dual point one if you are interested.
    I am Interested pm sent

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    go to the parts store and get a 4 wire Module for a late 70'd HEI dist about $30



    NAPA OnLine sells the 4-pin HEI ignition module, ECHTP45, for ~$39 + shipping. These are also widely available as Wells DR100, Niehoff DR400, Standard part numberLX-301 (~$28); or AC DELCO D1906 (~$33), and were used on many non-computer GM V-8s, V-6s and I-6s from 1975 to the mid 1980s.

    Here is how to wire it up. The four HEI module terminals are labeled W, G, B and C.
    • W = positive lead (+) from the pickup
    • G = negative lead (-) from the pickup
    • C = negative side (-) of the coil
    • B = positive side (+) of the coil
    mount the module on a small piece of aluminum and use the heat sink grease, reset your timing.
    Last edited by Outlaw; 02-18-2010 at 03:27 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    go to the parts store and get a 4 wire Module for a late 70'd HEI dist about $30



    NAPA OnLine sells the 4-pin HEI ignition module, ECHTP45, for ~$39 + shipping. These are also widely available as Wells DR100, Niehoff DR400, Standard part numberLX-301 (~$28); or AC DELCO D1906 (~$33), and were used on many non-computer GM V-8s, V-6s and I-6s from 1975 to the mid 1980s.
    Here is how to wire it up. The four HEI module terminals are labeled W, G, B and C.
    • W = positive lead (+) from the pickup
    • G = negative lead (-) from the pickup
    • C = negative side (-) of the coil
    • B = positive side (+) of the coil
    Thanks, I really appreciate it!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Spring View Post
    Thanks, I really appreciate it!!!!!
    basically the same thing thats inside the MSD box

    BTW violet is positive on distributor pickup
    Last edited by Outlaw; 02-18-2010 at 03:36 PM.
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    We are trying it right now!! I will respond with the outcome. Thanks again for your help!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    basically the same thing thats inside the MSD box

    BTW violet is positive on distributor pickup
    Outlaw, thanks man, worked awesome you saved me a bunch of money!!!!

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    glad it worked ! Thanks for helping him !
    " my carbon footprint is gonna kick your green ass"


    Quote Originally Posted by 396_Ways_To_Spit View Post
    WOWO!!!!! THat has to be the most beautiful crank that Ive ever seen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by MAXIMUS View Post
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    [/SIGPIC]

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