Mancini Racing Power Ignition Package

Electrical and Ignition

  1. Furyus67

    Furyus67 Active Member

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    I'm in the middle of swapping a 5.2 magnum into my '67 fury. If I bought this package is this all I would need? Nothing additional to have the ignition system right?

    Mancini Racing Power Ignition Package

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  2. 72Dart6pack

    72Dart6pack Harder Better Faster Stronger.

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    The new Orange ECU are garbage. I'd upgrade to a chrome ECU. Do some homework first before you pull the trigger. Just a heads up. :)
     
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    Is chrome box the name or just the color? Who sells that ECU?
     
  4. 72Dart6pack

    72Dart6pack Harder Better Faster Stronger.

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    The chrome box is good to 8000 Rpm. Has better spark for the plugs. Mopar ECU are typically called out by color.
    Blue is stock.
    Orange is upgrade.
    Chome is Higher rev & better spark.
    Gold is Race version.
    Doing this all from memory. So I could be wrong? But I'm damn close. :)
     
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    • rumblefish360

      rumblefish360 So close, yet so far away FABO Gold Member

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      Looks right. Memory still working. I actually don’t know what the color of the stock boxes are. I’m not even sure I ever seen one. They were always changed out for a replacement or orange box.

      MoPars Chrome box =‘s IMO an excellent street strip box.
       
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      • 66fyssh

        66fyssh Don't Stop Believin' FABO Gold Member

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        I went with a Pertronix in my stock distributor. It worked ok, but then I sent the distributor to Joe to have it curved.

        I like the Pertronix cause it fits under the cap and keeps a stock appearance.
         
      • RustyRatRod

        RustyRatRod I didn't do it. FABO Gold Member

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        Nope, you got it right.
         
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        i run the chrome box with FBO advance limiter plate , works great
         
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          The old points distributors would go to 5 or 6,000 rpm and last for ~10,000 miles. Check the dwell every so often. A high finish on the cam and distributor cam lube is important. And don't forget to put a drop or two of oil on the felt pad. Make sure the mechanical advance weights are free and oiled.

          The ECU distributor system is better. The original Chrysler ECU's are black with white lettering. I used to get them at the bone yard for cheap. Tested them by plugging them into the wiring harness of a vehicle, running a jumper wire from the case to battery ground, and starting the car. If it was good, I'd put it in the glovebox with an extra ballast resistor, a 7/16'' wrench and a phillips. ------ insurance -----
           
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