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MSD Ignition 23131

MSD Ignition MAP Sensor MSD Controls

121-23131

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MSD Ignition MAP Sensor MSD Controls $87.86
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MAP Sensor
  • MSD Controls
  • 3-Bar
  • For Blown/Turbo Applications
  • Up to 30 psi Boost
  • 2-30 PSIA
  • For Programmable Digital-7 Series Ignitions
  • Specifications:

    Wiring Harness Included
    No
    MAP Sensor Range (bar)
    3 bar
    MAP Sensor Range (psi)
    29
    MAP Sensor Style
    Bosch
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    23131

    Electronic fuel management systems all rely on a variety of inputs from sensors to calculate the engine's requirements for fuel or timing while it is running. MSD offers a variety of sensors for custom EFI installations.

    Features:
  • Responds to Manifold Pressure Changes
  • Signal Ranges From About 1 Volt to 5 Volts

  • Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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