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Msd Sci Ignition Conversion Pictures

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by stackz, Jan 18, 2003.

  1. stackz

    stackz Junior Member

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    just figured I'd share some pictures of my msd sci ignition swap...it wasn't that hard except for having to drill two small holes in the bottom of the msd cap for the coil feed wires (the distributor is a sealed unit and I used hot glue to reseal once I fed the wires inside...)

    I like it a lot especially in this cold ass weather...the bigger plug gap and hotter spark really help the cold cranking in 5 degree weather heh...plus I'm getting an extra 5 mpg now :eek:

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    -stackz
     
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    pissedoffsol RETIRED

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    nice stikcers y0! :)
     
  3. stackz

    stackz Junior Member

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    eh, I figure why let them go to waste haha :p

    at least I don't have them on my fenders or in the windows...just under the hood where they belong :rolleyes:

    "but ya that is phat ain't it y0!"

    -stackz
     
  4. CRX-YEM

    CRX-YEM Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    why did you choose the sci type vs. the 6-al
     
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    so he can get a pretty silver case instead of the red one
     
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    CRX-YEM Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    that's the only difference ?? damn he paid more for it just to be silver.

    does the sci have a rev limiter like the 6-al ??
     
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    The SCI-L does, but he has the regular one. Yeah he paid more just for the silver case
     
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    stackz Junior Member

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    actually no I didn't...I got both the ignition and the blaster ss coil as a set used off eBay for $90 for the pair and they both look and work like new so I think I got a bitchin deal :rolleyes:

    other than that...yes, I was going to do the 6-al unit...

    -stackz
     
  9. stackz

    stackz Junior Member

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    plus how can you say the sci unit is more expensive...summit catalog has the sci new for $130 and the 6a unit is $149

    even though mine wasn't new heh

    ??

    -stackz
     
  10. CRX-YEM

    CRX-YEM Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    Coorect, but I was askin about hte msd 6-al which is $195.99 (about $46 more than a 6a and well worth it for the rev limiter) and an equivlent msd-sci w/ rev limiter is $249.99 right outta the jegs catalog
    oh and that $130 price for a new msd-sci in the summit catalog if it's for real is a steal casue in jegs it's $179.99.

    so lets recap

    MSD-6A = $149.99
    MSD-SCI = $179.99

    MSD-6AL = $195.99
    MSD SCI-L = $249.99

    So I stand corrected that the msd-sci units just cost more for the color.
     
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