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MSD Ignition 8913

MSD Ignition MSD Distributorless Tach Driver 12V

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MSD Ignition MSD Distributorless Tach Driver 12V $91.03
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MSD Distributorless Tach Driver
  • 12V
  • For Use with 4, 6, or 8-Cyliner Engines
  • Specifications:

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    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    8913

    Install an aftermarket tachometer on a vehicle with no distributor and multiple coil packs with this compact MSD Distributorless Tach Driver. The housing measures only 1.5'' x 3.5'' x 2'' and is potted with a polyurethane compound for vibration and water protection.

    Features:
  • Assists Tach Output On Distributorless Systems
  • Connect a Tachometer to a Coil-per-Cylinder ignition
  • Use to Drive rpm-controlled Devices
  • Compact Housing for Easy Installation

  • 8913 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good product If u need to tie ur tach in u need one of these. Good easy to wire up
    Date published: 2016-08-08
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    I bought this unit straight from MSD for my 03 crown vic and the instructions seem a little unclear. I know that the gray wire goes to my tach and the black is the ground but where do I hook up the red and the red/green wires?

    Asked by: nicomissouri
    The connections are shown in the instructions ; Red Input, connects to the ignition 12 volt supply coming from the ignition switch. Red/Green Output, connects to the coil positive wire.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-03-23
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