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Old 08-28-2012, 01:46 PM
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Default Power Grid to 7AL-2

can this be done?

I have a BS3 DAI box, with a 7AL-2
MSD dizzy modified with adjustable rotor, crank pick up
I looked on the MSD website and see a wiring diagram for 7AL-3 but not
7AL-2.

Or should I just change the CD completely?

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Old 08-28-2012, 02:53 PM
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yes , it can be done ...it is basically the same hook-up
like this 8 drawing.

Powergrid to msd8 Bigstuff3.jpg

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Or should I just change the CD completely?
depends on the combo. what do you have?
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Old 08-28-2012, 08:29 PM
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BS3 with 7AL-2, AMS1000
3 step with 2 adjustable modules, one for footbrake, one for trans brake
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What are the benefits of the GRID? would I have more control on rev limits?
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so your still running the 7531 ?
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Nope, still have the 7AL-2
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what are the benefits of the grid? Would i have more control on rev limits?

more stages of retard.
Time base timing curve
more control of the retards ( delay-ramp..etc.)
some aqusition---( rpm-timing-shift light-etc.....no external inputs will work on it...like egt's or o2's)
i.c.t.
Rpm base timing curves..

Can also add on our new :
Arc module -p/n 7761
boost controller p/n 7763
boost retard p/n7762
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Hi guys, I have bought a power grid controller to replace my faulty 3 step control. But my 7AL2 only has one bank of connectors on the right hand side of the unit not a secondary bank on the left. Does someone have a connection diagram for my style 7AL-2 ? (part no. 7220, as pictured)
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Hi guys, I have bought a power grid controller to replace my faulty 3 step control. But my 7AL2 only has one bank of connectors on the right hand side of the unit not a secondary bank on the left. Does someone have a connection diagram for my style 7AL-2 ? (part no. 7220, as pictured)
Check out the diagram here-

http://www.msdignition.com/uploadedI...to%207al-2.jpg
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