MSD Releases Chevy Crank Trigger Distributors With Adjustable Cam-Sync Pick-Ups| 03/28/2019
They feature an adjustable Hall Effect cam-sync sensor that can be adjusted plus or minus 30 degrees to create the ideal lead-time for virtually any EFI system.
How To Choose A Circle Track Ignition| 03/12/2019
From asphalt to dirt, MSD has Circle Track racing covered. If its a 4 cylinder midget or a full blown 410 sprint car we have the right ignition for you! MSD offers a full line of dependable, high-performance ignition systems that Saturday night and professional racers depend on.
Miller Finishes 2nd at King of the Hammers in First Start With MSD AirForce intake| 02/15/2019
10-year veteran earned his third podium finish in the past four years.
NOS Releases Wet Nitrous Kits in Black For GM LS Drive-by-Wire 90/92 & 100/105mm Applications| 02/06/2019
They're designed specifically for drive-by-wire applications and capable of supporting up to 250 rear-wheel horsepower.
Life's Good: Bill Alvis' Wild Blown Nitrous S-10| 01/15/2019
He's had a lot of different engines in the truck, but never one like this.
Quick Fuel Carburetor Powers Earl Talley to NHRA Division 2 Sportsman Championship| 01/04/2019
He won the Southeastern U.S. championship with one car and reached the national semifinals with another.
How to Choose a Street Ignition| 01/04/2019
We all know the basics of how an engine works. The air fuel mixture is compressed into the cylinders, which is then ignited by the ignition system. Just one small spark is all that’s necessary to combust this air/fuel mixture and complete the power stroke. So spark is spark right? Well not quite! Most stock ignitions only produce a single weak spark to fire the spark plug. And that may be good enough for a stock engine, but it’s not ideal if you really want to get the most out of your engine's potential.
MSD Releases Blaster Coil Packs For VW/Audi, Toyota/Lexus, Honda/Acura, & GM Applications| 01/03/2019
They're available in black and red, individually and in packs of four, and plug right in to factory wiring.
How To Choose a Drag Race Ignition| 12/03/2018
Drag racers rely on exotic fuels and high cylinder pressures to make huge power. High compression ratios, nitrous oxide and high boost pressures paired with alcohol, methanol or nitro make lighting the air/fuel mixture in the cylinder difficult. The immense pressures inside the combustion chamber will literally blow the spark out. This is where an MSD ignition really shines. Its ability to fire the most powerful and fastest racecars on the planet is legendary. MSD ignition systems can be basic, or advanced enough to control one-tenth of a degree of timing for one-hundredth of a second in any cylinder using individual cylinder timing.
MSD Releases Powerful New 6M-3L Marine Ignition| 10/18/2018
It's a fully sealed unit with a single wiring connector that makes hard-to-read dials a thing of the past.