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Old 10-30-2011, 12:05 PM   #1
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I"ve heard that putting this in my e303 5.0 would help the acceleration out alot... That and how hard are they to install?
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Had 6AL on my 87, looked to be pretty simple to wire up.. The difference in the spark is crazy!
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I"ve heard that putting this in my e303 5.0 would help the acceleration out alot... That and how hard are they to install?
I think you will like it.
I don't know that it will make a huge difference in acceleration, but your engine will start easier and run smoother.
For increased timing accuracy you may want to install one of their billet distributors too.

MSD makes one of the best ignition systems out there.
They are relatively easy to install.
You can get wiring diagrams for your application on their website.
If you are or plan to use forced induction you may want to look at their 6 BTM. It will automatically ****** the timing as the boost goes up.
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The btm ? I must have missed that when you mentioned in my s/c thread.ill look into that.
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The btm ? I must have missed that when you mentioned in my s/c thread.ill look into that.
Here it is at LRS.

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Here it is at LRS.

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Re: Is this a good idea?

the only reason why im asking is cuz it definitly smells like its not burning all of the fuel but I know my plugs, wires, distributor, coil and cap are all good. I've got the msd blaster coil already.
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the only reason why im asking is cuz it definitly smells like its not burning all of the fuel but I know my plugs, wires, distributor, coil and cap are all good. I've got the msd blaster coil already.
If you are running rich it may help you burn more of the fuel, but it won't cure your underlying problem.
Check your tune and maybe lower your fuel pressure a bit.
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its a bama tune and I still need to buy a adjustable fuel pressure regulator, its still on the stock unit
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