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MSD LAUNCH MASTER BOOST TEST

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Schnitz Racing MSD 2-Step 4350 Test
Schnitz Racing MSD 2-Step Test at 3000, 5000, and 7000 rpm on Kawasaki ZX-14 (Stock tach has a 6% error showing 7500 during 7000 rpm test)





MSD 2 step on cavalier BIG FLAMES
2 launches using the 2 step properly, then setting it to blow stupid huge backfire flames warning: trolls will be blocked and their comments removed, so don't bother.





MSD 2 step launch master





Hayabusa Vs Gsx-r Revenge
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MSD 6AL-2 Installation
Watch as powerTV installs a new MSD 6AL-2 Ignition control into their project '69 Nova and also test the built-in two step launch control.





MSD 6AL Test
This is how the car sounds with the new MSD 6AL ignition box. I put a 3000 RPM rev limiter chip in the MSD. I started up the car, and let it idle at 1500 RPM for a minute. Then I slowly brought up the RPM - you can hear the rev limiter start kicking in at around 2500 RPM. Then when I open it up, it sounds like a machine gun - and the limiter is holding the motor at 3000 RPM.





06 Ninja 636
This is Richards Ninja 636 Very Fast Bike.





Burnout to Blowout
Test of new Panasonic HVX200, filming a Kawasaki 636 blowing the rear tire





Twin Turbo 2V Mustang MSD Launch Master 2-Step
Just installed the 2-step. I have it set at 3000rpm.





Installing MSD Ignition Coil on my 2000 Dodge Neon ES part 2
My brother installing my new MSD Ignition Coil on my 2000 Dodge Neon ES. I told him he could do the second half after I removed the stock one. It's kinda our thing we do together. We work on my car. And we will do the same for his car once he gets one. :)





636 topspeed run
completely 100% stock, showroom floor stock, indicated 188mph, probably about 160ish actual speed.





Track testing MSD 2 Step on 2007 Mustang GT
Still working out some bogging issues. With the 3.31 gears, I need to get some shorter tires. 28" is just too much with no FI and that gearing. Intro/Outro: Airbourne - "Runnin' Wild"





Drag zx6r 636 3PSI kawasaki ninja
un-tuned





MSD Ignitions 101 - Pep Boys
Jonathan Buckley, host for Power TV, demonstrates in this video a crash course on the difference between a stock ignition and a MSD performance ignition. A multi spark ignition gives you more horse power and better throttle response, but the question is why. A stock ignition system is good for a regular car, but it is not optimized for performance. MSD ignition boxes feature multiple sparks at lower RPMS along with a stronger, hotter ignition spark to completely ignite the mixer. MSD uses a capacity of discharge technology to create a very high primary voltage. The high power sparks ensure combustion mix in everything from idle to high racing RPMs. You can run a larger spark plug gap that produces more power and performance. How to choose the right MSD ignition for your application? MSD Digital 6 is a digitally controlled ignition that can produce up to 535 volts and has multi--spark functions, dual rev limiters and a 2-step which is perfect for a street car. For racing applications, a motor enthusiast should choose a Digital 7 MSD Ignition. When running Nitrous or NOS, the ignition combustion system must burn the higher fuel & air mixture more effectively. The Digital 7 features over 30% more spark energy than the 6 box, so it can support engines up to 2000 horsepower. It comes complete with MSD Pro Data software to program custom timing adjustments, Nitrous Boost and more. Multi spark coil systems are available for DIS systems. For additional videos on MSD Ignition products, be sure to check out www.pepboys.com or visit your local friendly neighborhood Pep Boys.





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