1. cudaboy 67

    cudaboy 67 Well-Known Member

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    Hello all, been having problems and have narrowed down to my ignition, i know is component problem not wiring so im changing my distributor as one on there original equipment single point not elec no idea what it came off <curve etc> but it worked and did me when i first did my b/b conversion. heres my settup, 440ci manual 4 speed 750 vac sec,msd 6a box < that slightly buzzes...mmm> engine stock. is it worth getting a ready to run msd/mallory distributor single point / ballast /coil and doing away with the msd as well? these seem popular, im not interested in drag racing etc just a street car. really do appreciate any input, many thanks, nathan.ps originally a mopar orange box on there.... never again!
     
  2. RustyRatRod

    RustyRatRod I was born on a Monday. Not last Monday. FABO Gold Member

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    If the engine is stock, an MSD ignition is a waste of money, IMO. A good stock point type ignition or a stock electronic ignition either one will do a fine job.
     
  3. jerry6

    jerry6 Banned

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    Just get the Mopar electronic ignition , it's reliable , parts are easy to find when it breaks down .
    When I bought my car it had Petronix electronic ignition , it was reliable as well , but if it broke where would I get the replacement module ? I switched it to Mopar electronic and it ha worked well . Never had problems in the old days as well , it's a simple reliable system .
    What was wrong with the orange box ? Mine has been running for 7,000 miles in 2 years ,no problems , what went wrong with yours ?
     
  4. 1wild&crazyguy

    1wild&crazyguy Banned

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    if you are not running vac advance, get the pro billet for $220, great reliable unit.

    the mopar performance is a good one too and has the vac canister.

    those are the 2 I recommend, only cause I have run both with success.
     
  5. rickstershemi

    rickstershemi It's True....I'm Nutz

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