MSD Ignition 8732 Details
MSD's 2-Step Rev Control allows racers to switch to a low rpm limit at the starting line. This digitally-controlled 2-Step Controller connects to the Digital 6AL's gray tach output wire and has (2) rotary dials that let you set the launch rpm in 100 rpm increments. An activation wire connects to the transbrake, a clutch switch or to the line-lock to activate the low rpm limit. When releasing the switch, the low rpm limit is turned off and the car launches hard.Features:
MSD offers 2 and 3-Step RPM Controllers that allow you to control RPM limits for consistent and steady RPM levels that result in firm launches.Features:
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