MSD 7908 12 LT Pro-Mag Magneto
Chevy Small Block V8, HEI / Male Cap Terminal Style, 12 amps Amperage, Polished, Aluminum
- Designed to work with Small Block Chevy, Small Block Chrysler, and 351 W/C Ford engines
- Pro Mag 12LT features a HEI / Male cap type and terminal style
- Made from lightweight aluminum with a beautiful polished finish
- Energy from the generator is controlled with Field Effect Transistor (FET) technology
- Each Pro Mag 12LT is supplied with a bronze gear, band clamp, cap and rotor
Designed with sprint cars in mind, the Pro Mag 12LT offers light weight and incredible power. The compact housing also sits an inch lower for improved clearance of the fuel injection plus features a band clamp mount for easier timing adjustments.
The Electronic Points Box is the brain of the Pro Mag 12. It controls the spark duration and the unique full-power firing sequence of the Pro Mag 12. The energy from the generator is controlled with Field Effect Transistor (FET) technology which is far superior to mags still using points as a trigger source.
Each Pro Mag 12LT is supplied with a bronze gear, band clamp, cap and rotor. Works with Small Block Chevy, Small Block Chrysler, and 351 W/C Ford.
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