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    Question Crane ignition/MSD Box

    I have a 1970 911 T with 1971 2.2 engine and a 1967 Bosch Distributor. The previous owner had pulled the points out of the dizzy to put in Pertronix unit and had pulled out an old MSD Box so I had wires sitting loose. Purchased the car and found that Pertronix did not fit. Bought Crane ingition and MSD 6AL unit. Problem is I have loose wires from everywhere aand don't know how to install.

    Can someone help with diagram or something?
    Chris
    More 911 questions than answers.......

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    Within the last month or so, there was an extensive discussion re MSD and wiring on Pelican. Searching 'MSD' is tough because you need 4 letters in a search word. Search member "Early_S_Man", he scanned in a diagram I think.

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    Thanks, that will be great............it would be better if someone would just come show me. You know there are alot of 911's running around in West Texas!?!?!?!?!?!
    Chris
    More 911 questions than answers.......

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