MSD 6425 6AL Digital Ignition Control Box
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547-6425 Instructions (PDF)
Learn more about the benefits and features of the MSD 6AL Digital Ignition Control Box by reading StangTVs tech article. MSDs Newest 6AL Takes Conventional Ignitions into the Digital Age.
Learn more about determining the proper MSD ignition control box for your application by reading our tech article. The Differences Between 6 Series MSD Ignition Control Units.
- Spark Energy: 135-145 mJ per spark
- Primary Voltage: 520-540 Volts
- Secondary Voltage: 45,000 Volts
- Spark Series Duration: 20 degree Crankshaft Rotation
- RPM Range: 15,000 RPM with 14.4 Volts
- Voltage Required: 12-15 Volts, 7 Volt Start
- Current Draw: .7 Amp per 1,000 RPM
- Weight and Size: 1.7 lbs., 8"L x 4"W x 1.825"H
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