MSD Ignition Digital-7 Plus Programmable Ignition Control Illegal for Use in NHRA/IHRA Classes (Except NHRA Pro Mod)
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7-Series Digital Programmable Ignition Controls
No Timing Compromises - Ignition timing is always a compromise between cylinders. The dynamics of the flow of air and fuel into each cylinder is never exactly the same no matter how much machining magic has been done. This has always caused top engine builders to compromise their ignition timing. With the Programmable Digital-7's advanced Individual Cylinder Management system and other exact timing programs you will never need to compromise again.
Power - No other ignition system comes close to matching the output power and the Individual Cylinder Management timing system of the Programmable Ignition. To effectively handle all of the ignition's tasks, a 15mHz microcontroller, reviews, manages and analyzes every trigger signal up to 15,000,000 instructions per second! Capacitive discharge circuits combined with an IGBT Coil driver deliver incredible cylinder pressures. Below 3,300 there is of course MSD's powerful series of multiple sparks. This spark series burns in the cylinder for over 20° of crankshaft rotation resulting in improved combustion for a smooth idle, great throttle response and increased power.
RPM Controls - Monitoring the engine's rpm allows you to set shift light points, activation points and rev limits. The Programmable Digital-7 Plus has MSD's proven Soft Touch rev limiting controls built in and lets you program several rpm features.
Other features include:
When using this box is it required to run a crank trigger also. Or can it be ran without one?
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