JEGS W80578 Timing Light Features:
- Designed for all gas engines and works with all ignition systems including Magneto's
- Easy to use self-contained battery-operated design eliminates the need for vehicle battery leads
- One wire (48 in. long) inductive pickup
- Super bright Xenon bulb makes setting timing easy in all conditions
- Separate controls for timing light or work light
- Impact-resistant plastic housing
- Uses (2) "D" size batteries (not included).
Gain Peak Performance with JEGS Timing Lights
JEGS Performance Timing Lights are available in three different models, self-powered, which operates using two D-cell batteries, and our digital readout battery-operated model that uses your vehicle's battery. These timing lights are inductive units with a bright xenon bulb and work light used for setting the timing on various two-cycle & four-cycle engine ignition systems. These timing lights will help you keep your engine in tip-top running condition.
JEGS W80578 Self-Powered Model: Works with most 6, 12 & 16-volt ignition systems including magnetos.
JEGS 40750 Digital Readout Battery Operated Model: Works with most 9-16 volt ignition systems including magnetos and offers advanced and retard timing controls along with RPM digital readouts.
JEGS 40752 Standard Battery Operated Model: Works with 12 volt ignition systems and set inital timing.
Will this work with an MSD 6AL box?
will contact fit 10.4 sparkplug wire
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