6al Digital Ignition Wiring? Tune?

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  1. gt42lasersn95x

    gt42lasersn95x New Member

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    what all needs to be done / tuned if I put in a Msd 6al Digital ignition controller.do I just disconnect the stock one do I have to get the computer tuned? the old controller was telling the computer it cant control spark at high rpm so its bad.
     
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    gt42lasersn95x New Member

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    Hello what Good is this site if no one answered your ?
     
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    5.0 Ford Guy Founding Member

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    This forum doesn't see a lot of hits. Post this in the Tech forum. Maybe you will get an answer ?
     
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    aall depends how the old was was ooked up. mins is hard wired, som simply use a piggyback harness to bypass the stock ignition. might need to dig in a little bit there
     
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    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    The most common method is to just interupt the circuit to the ignition coil with the Digital 6. Works great, and easy to wire. No tuning of the computer is required.

    Kurt
     
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    Yeah, no tune required. It's just giving you a hotter spark than the factory ignition. Timing events and everything else remain the same.
     
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