Bill has this on his bike now and besides giving him room to extend his tank he said it runs much better too. I just need to know if this is the one he used or not. :roll:Ncbosshoss said:THat'd be cool if you can make it work. It is a replacement for the LT1s optispark. I know you read this...
More performance for your LT1 ignition system.
Finally, all-out performance distributors to replace the OEM GM LT1 Optisparks--MSD's Pro-Billet LT1 distributors. They feature a precision-machined billet aluminum housing that fits in place of the factory piece, a new pickup assembly, a trick timing adjustment mechanism, and a new MSD distributor cap and rotor. The pickup is an advanced optical encoder that has proven to be very reliable and stable through extreme rpm and conditions. The rotor is bolted to a drive assembly that is indexed to the shaft, and is stabilized through the use of a large ball bearing assembly. The distributors use an adjustment screw to advance or retard the timing by up to 5 degrees.
No Joe, it does require a module but in a car you have all kinds of room that we don't have on a Boss.zenbiker said:Adrian...Are you saying the Crane fully electronic unit will work without a control module? I don't know what these modules do other than to have a rev limiter and produce multiple sparking. Frankly I don't need either of these features...Joe