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Old 07-26-2007, 04:43 AM
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Accel points conversion to MSD 6A Box

I plan on using a points conversion kit to replace my points ( Accel 2010 ) I plan on using the points conversion set-up to trigger my MSD 6A box .
Problem is I haven't been able to find a wiring schematic from Accel , or MSD .
I have a pretty fair idea how to do it , but would rather not burn anything up.
Anyone have experiance with this set-up ?
A Email would be great ! Vint54@Yahoo.Com

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Try this-

www.msdignition.com/pdf/6%20series/6series.pdf -
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I had that , thanx .
I guess I was looking for someone else that had this set-up to confirm if , and how well it worked .
In general it would be nice to know how "sturdy" the Accel replacement is .
Mine was given to me as a gift , so I guess I'll use them .
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Well I found my answer for those that might be interested .
It wires exactly as a Mallory unilite 900 distributor ( same module )
I guess one could save a ton by doing this way
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