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6al bullet proof? I don't think you can say that. I have a box of 6 dead 6a/6al's and 1 6btm.

I did buy a used 6al-2 off a friend, he used it for 3-4 seasons and i've used it for 3 seasons.

Definitely a great box.
 

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I had mine mounted on top of the glove box / under the dash pad of my '70, and the 'chirping' noise it made drove me nuts. Moved it back to the engine compartment. YMMV.

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I had mine mounted on top of the glove box / under the dash pad of my '70, and the 'chirping' noise it made drove me nuts. Moved it back to the engine compartment. YMMV.

-Dave
Don't think I will hear much over the open headers lol... :D
 

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I have one I was thinking of using. Looks like alot of nice features.....
 

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Last 6AL had problems, now runing the 6530. So far so good. Mounted on a panel under the dash. Using multiple rev limiters, start retard, launch control, all work like advertised.

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MSD is not the same company as it was. I would get a Daytona Sensors and not look back. 100% USA built


I like my Daytona Sensors.
Guy
 

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Had mine just under 2 years, been mounted on Passenger Inner Guard entire time, no issues, all programmed with Timing Curve, Launch Retard, three RPM Limits, great product.
 

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The Daytona Sensors is way more than I need or am looking for.
The MSD 6530 is almost more than I willing to spend.
Everything works fine with the 6AL.
I'm just thinking about being lazy setting up the timing curve.
 
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