In this video, I explain the 4 things you need to know before buying the MSD 6AL Digital ignition box.

1995 Ford F150
#fordf150 #obsford #ignition #diy

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MSD 6al πŸ‘‰
MSD Harness 8874 πŸ‘‰

⏰ Time Stamps:
0:00 Intro
0:09 1) You can install this box on a completely stock engine
0:47 2) This mod is plug and play. No wire splicing needed.
1:24 3) The two major performance benefits: longer spark duration and super charging the coil
2:16 4) Your engine timing will need to be adjusted post install.

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  1. Blueprint Gaming

    Keep β€˜em coming bro love your videos!

  2. Jeff L

    So is it a noticeable difference? Details?

  3. iamgriff

    I know I will be at the Detroit International Auto Show this weekend.

  4. Camas

    Always a pleasure, friend. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Caleb Smith

    Hi Minute Masters, long time fan, you've helped me restore my 94 Bronco! I was wondering if you could make a video on how to flush an e4od transmission? There is so much conflicting information online about the "proper" way to do it and I've never done a transmission flush before, definitely feeling anxiety about attempting it myself.

  6. Skitter302

    #3 It fires Multiple times per cylinder under 3000rpm. Each cylinder is now getting 3 sparks at a higher voltage. Above 3000rpm is getting 1 good hot spark for a hotter quicker burn of the fuel in the cylinder.

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