The Ultimate in RPM and Timing Controls
MSD Power Grid system controllers are the brains behind the entire Power Grid system, and they can be used with any MSD ignition or Pro Mag to provide advanced ignition tuning capabilities. While they're compatible with all MSD ignition boxes, they've been specially designed to mount on top of the Power Grid 7 ignition box.
The MSD Power Grid system is the most advanced programable ignition system available. For racers that want to be able to program their ignition control systems, the MSD power grid allows for real-time fine-tuning. Acting as the brains behind the entire Power Grid system, the MSD Grid ignition system allows for the most advanced ignition tuning.
What Are MSD Power Grid Ignition System Common Pros and Cons?
Learning the new software is easier than ever but will require a bit of focus. The MSD Power Grid system is for serious drag racers and is specially designed to control your racecar's RPM and timing. They should only be operated by a professional.
How Much Does MSD Power Grid Ignition System Cost?
JEGS has the MSD Power Grid Ignition system that is compatible with all MSD ignition boxes and specially designed for easy mounting. Starting at $540.95, you too can have the most advanced tuning capabilities. Order yours today at JEGS and receive free shipping with the lowest price guarantee.
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