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Thread: Pro 600 CD, or just plain Coil-Near-Plug inductive ignition.

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    Default Pro 600 CD, or just plain Coil-Near-Plug inductive ignition.

    I'm building a street/drag/road race engine. Base 550 HP SBC, with Holley Dominator ECU. Plan to run 93 octane unleaded, and/or E85, and a dry nitrous plate setup +300 HP for trips to the drags. Looking at ignition, and want to convert to Coil-Near-Plug. Is the CD Pro 600 overkill for my application or will the standard Coil-Near-Plug conversion 82893-KIT be adequate? What if I end up boosting this engine later with some twin turbos? Seems like the Pro 600 would be more at home in a 3000 HP blown methanol monster drag car. Any opinion is appreciated.

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    It's been a month with no replies. Am I THAT far out in left field, or is this a difficult question? Will a CDI even make a difference in this application?

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    Dec 2009


    The MSD Pro 600 CDI 8-channel ignition system is overkill for your 550 HP SBC. Holley EFI Coil-Near-Plug ignition system is more than enough for your application.

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