6-Series Digital Ignition Controls
Inside the Digital 6A you'll find a microprocessor that monitors and controls every firing. The circuits are updated with efficient components that help the ignition produce more power while drawing less current! In fact, the new Digital 6A deliver over 530 volts to the coil with up to 135mJ of spark energy for every firing! Increased output combined with MSD's proven multiple spark series is a win-win situation!
The new Digital 6A is supplied with the wiring harness and the components you'll need for installation. Compatible on 4, 6, or 8-cylinder engines with 12-volt negative ground electrical systems. Accepts trigger inputs from breaker points, amplifiers, and magnetic pickups.Highlights
MSD 6-Series Ignitions set the standard for quick starts, increased power, smooth idle, crisp throttle response and reduced spark plug fouling. MSD ignitions are available in a several styles and install easily in a variety of applications.Digital 6A: Base model with multiple sparking, capacitive discharge (CD) ignition control.
What is the difference between the 6a and the 6al box. I have a new crate 350 engine and I want to install the MSD on it. The kit you advertise is it the right one for my motor
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