MSD Ignition 8762 Details
50-State legal - CARB E.O Number D-40-28
Note: Must use a MSD 6, 7 or 8-Series Igniton Control
This Boost Timing Master is made for use with MSD ignitions and enables you to adjust the ignition retard amount from 1° to 3° per pound of boost via a dash-mounted control knob. You can make adjustments on the fly to prevent detonation as fuel quality or altitude and air quality changes up to a maximum of 15° retard. There is a boost pressure port to connect to your manifold and the Boost Timing Master wires easily to the MSD Ignition Control.
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Will this work with a gm h.e.i locked out or not locked out?
How do I test to ensure that timing is being pulled once installed, before I take a chance on detonation?
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