The MSD Digital 6-Plus Ignition Control combines terrific power, digital accuracy, and great accessories making it ideal for street/strip applications. Every spark of the Digital 6-Plus Ignition is packed with 135 millijoules of spark energy and 535 primary volts. When used with the MSD Blaster HVC Coil (121-8252), a spark with over 300 milliamps burns across the plug gap for 400 microseconds. Below 3,300 RPM the Digital 6-Plus produces a series of sparks that burn in the cylinder for up to 20° of crankshaft rotation. This incredible heat ensures combustion to produce great power, quick throttle response, smooth idle, and fast starts.
- Switch between two rev limits that adjust with rotary switches in 100 RPM increments
- Single-stage retard for nitrous and top-end performance
- Start retard eases pressure on the starter, flywheel, and engine
- Adjustable magnetic pickup compensation produces accurate trigger signals
- LED display warns of trigger signal problems or faulty charging system
- Fully potted with polyurethane for vibration and water protection
- Non-OBDII approved via CARB EO #D-722-2
- 50 State Legal
- Spark Energy: 135 mJ per spark
- Primary Voltage: 535 volts
- Secondary Voltage: 45,000 volts (Tested with blaster HVC II coil)
- Spark Series Duration: 20° Crankshaft Rotation
- RPM Range: 12,000 RPM with 14.4 volts
- Voltage Required: 12-18 volts (negative ground)
- Current Draw: 0.7 amp per 1,000 RPM
- Size: 8.5" L x 4.5" W x 2.2" H
- Weight: 3.7 lbs
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