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Old 08-15-2004, 04:18   #1 (permalink)
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MSD module fittment ???

I'm fitting an MSD module and have NO room left in engine bay..
Where do I fit the module??? It has to be away from other ecu wires
as induction can stuff program, tuning etc..
Looks like console or under glove box area is only area left???
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Re: MSD module fittment ???

yes under the dash is a good place & its out of the elements, just leave rome to be able to remove the rev limiter chip if you need to or to be able to add a 2 step ect

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Re: MSD module fittment ???

The MSD module in my car was fitted under my front passenger seat when 9psiEB was the owner.
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Re: MSD module fittment ???

^---- what he said.
I fitted the MSD under the seat and ran the wiring under the carpet, through the firewall to the engine bay. Whatever you do, run the main feed straight from the battery with its own fuse and in heavy duty power cable.
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