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MSD Tach/Fuel Adapter

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MSD Tach/Fuel Adapter

Tach/Fuel Adapter

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$89.19 each
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    • You need the MSD Tach/Fuel Adapter if you’re trigger an MSD Blaster or 5, 6 or 7 Series Ignition
    • Corrects the operation of most voltage-trigger tachs that don’t work directly off the output terminal
    • Should be used on current-triggered tachometers (hooked-in series with the ignition switch)
    • Two styles are offered – voltage-triggered and current-triggered
    • Your MSD Tach/Fuel Adapter carries a limited warranty
    Description:

    Using the magnetic pick-up input to trigger your MSD Ignition or MSD Blaster without the help of an MSD Tach/Fuel Adapter is an exercise in futility. Designed by some of the best in the ignition component industry, this high-end component corrects the operation of most voltage-triggered tachometers that don’t work directly off the tach output terminal of the MSD Control.

    Choose between two different styles – either the voltage-triggered variation or the current-triggered. If the tach trigger wire was originally connected to the coil negative terminal, you’re dealing with the former. If the trigger wire was originally connected to the coil positive terminal, it’s a current. Either way, your MSD Tach/Fuel Adapter is covered by a limited warranty.

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