MSD Ignition PRO 600 1-Channel Capacitive Discharge Ignition Box (CDI) for 4, 6, & 8-Cylinder Engines
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Breakdown of Included Items for MSD 8001
- For use with high-horsepower applications running higher than normal cylinder pressures
- Up to 20-percent additional spark gap energy
- A 40-percent increase in spark duration
- On-the-fly programmable power output between 325 mJ (lower energy) and 600 mJ (maximum energy)
- Reduces power demand from the battery and load on wires and connectors
- Diagnostic LED detection for faults such as an open coil primary, shorted coil primary, reversed primary connections, or open coil secondary
- Spark current sensing and recording for each cylinder fire
- Reverse battery and internal over-temperature protection
- 330-550 V primary voltage
- 50,000 V secondary voltage
- Designed for use with an MSD Power-Grid Ignition System
- Requires the use of MSD HVC-III Series Ignition Coil 121-82612 (red) or 121-826123 (black) for +3 amp peak spark current and sensing data
- Requires MSD High-Temperature Rotor 121-8457 when being used with an MSD Crank Trigger Distributor
- NOT for use with Solid Core spark plug wires
Emissions: This part is legal for sale or uses on Racing Use Only Vehicles.
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