6-Series Digital Ignition Controls
MSD's Digital 6AL Ignition has the same footprint as the original 6AL yet incorporates a sleeker, lower profile and relocated rev limiter. The limiter is on top of the housing for easy access to the two rotary dials that control the rev limit in 100 RPM increments. To simplify installation and keep things tidy, all wiring is routed out one end of the ignition box through a sealed connector. Inside the Digital 6AL Ignition, a microprocessor manages and monitors every firing while high-efficiency circuits make more power using less current.Features
Spark Energy: 135 to 145 mJ
Primary Voltage: 520 to 540
Secondary Voltage: 45,000
Spark Series Duration: 20° Crankshaft Rotation
RPM Range: 15,000 with 14.4 volts
Required Voltage: 12 to 15 (7-volt start)
Current Draw: 0.7 amp per 1,000 RPM
Size: 8" L x 4" W x 1.825" H
Weight: 1.7 pounds
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.
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