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Old 03-20-14, 09:53 PM
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Lt10 and msd ignition boxes.

I've been searching all over the forum and and google, all I have found is other microtech models using msd boxes. My microtech has the x4 ignition box. And I am using msd blaster coils. So my question is how do I wire my 2 msd 6al boxes. Thank you in advance.
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Old 03-21-14, 10:27 AM
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The lt10 has 4 ignition output so unfortunately you would need (4) Msd 6al for leading and trailing. Or you can use (2) Msd boxes on you're leading side instead. I had the same issue a few years ago so it depends the way you do it! I ended up not installing them.
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I am planning on using them on the trailing coils but the wiring is what im not sure about.
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Old 03-21-14, 01:28 PM
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if you going to use the 6al boxes put them on leading coils and they go between the x4 and the coil.
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Yes sorry I meant leading. Do you guys have a diagram
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its pretty straight from the output of the x4 to the white wire of the msd heavy red wire to 12v black to gnd and the thin red or orange (don't remember right now) wire to switch 12v and the coil output from the msd to the coil.
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