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    fourtenposi Guest

    Default Resistor vs Non resistor plug

    What is MSD's stand on using resistor plugs vs non resistor plug? Does a resistor type plug lower the ignition output? Do non resistor plugs cause more RFI? I run a MSD digital 7530T, What type of plug should I run with that?

    Thanks in advance

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    Of course any additional resistance in line will lower the output, however non-resistor plugs do produce more EMI, or RF, noise which can affect the trigger signal to the MSD box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msdtechsupport3 View Post
    Of course any additional resistance in line will lower the output, however non-resistor plugs do produce more EMI, or RF, noise which can affect the trigger signal to the MSD box.
    How about on a digital 6 box, is it ok to run ngk irridium non-R plugs??

    Thanks, George

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    msdtech1955 Guest

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    yes sir.:001_cool:

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