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    Frequent Poster kpino22's Avatar
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    750sx msd ignition question

    What does it take to get a msd pro-digital ignition up and running on a new 750sp motor. I found brand new for cheap, but I believe it is the brain unit only. Does it work with the rest of the stock ignition, or do I need other components? And if so, what do I need?

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    Re: 750sx msd ignition question

    You at least need a Trigger plate, Pickup, 2 Coils (one for each cylinder) and Flywheel.
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    Re: 750sx msd ignition question

    Does it have to be used for total loss? Is there anyway to use it with a lightened charging flywheel


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    Re: 750sx msd ignition question

    I know the Enhancer Works great with lightened Flywheel. I do not know for sure if there is an application of this Digital Ignition that works with the Analog Electronics of the SX/SXi product line.
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    Re: 750sx msd ignition question

    Looks like I want the enhancer then. I don't want to have to buy another flywheel, etc.


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    Re: 750sx msd ignition question

    The pro digital on my 750 sx uses one pickup coil at $60-80 for the coil not to mention the mounting plate, flywheel and mod to the stator cover.

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    Re: 750sx msd ignition question

    J_shamper could you pm me a picture of your set up by chance?


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    Re: 750sx msd ignition question

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    The pickup coil sits close to the bendix gear. You have to drill and tap the mounting holes for timing plate and the hole through the block for the trigger wires. Everything is cast just never tapped out.
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    Re: 750sx msd ignition question

    Ohk. Where do you mount the. Ebox then? Is it easy to mount the timing plate?


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    Re: 750sx msd ignition question

    You can mount it where the original was, just have to get a little creative. Time plate is easy if you're comfortable drilling and tapping holes.

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