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    MSD 87 yj

    really easy to install and helps a lot with performance, plus you can pick your max rpm just by swapping out a chip, super easy.
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    I drove a 4x4 Commanche last year before and after an MSD was installed. The difference was very impressive. Idled smoother, pulled harder, and emissions had improved over the last Drive Clean test. That was a 92 4.0 that was swapped in.

    I'd tell ya not to rev past the factory redline, but it looks like everything factory left that engine bay long ago
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    does all of the above, very impressed.

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    there tough units but generaly dont do well under the hood of a dayly driver.

    what kind of switching device are you using for the ign? eg: points,electronic conversion like pertronics.

    you want to see big gains on ign try one of these in there too.
    http://www.performancedistributors.com/amcdui.htm

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    that dui looks pretty cool, and it eliminates the coil.
    I'm using the stock magnetic pickup

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    good call on the rubber mounting blocks.

    if you can find these anywhere there alot better and easy to mount but it takes a larger hole in the fender.

    good thing is there is no metal on metal contact and they never come loose
    rubber well nuts http://www.desmoparts.com/ducati/wellnut/wellnut.htm

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    those look a bit more sturdy

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