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Thread: Electrical Debug/Testing Before Use

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    Well, I wound up buying the Dual Sync distributor since the HyperSpark was backordered 5 weeks. Changing the wiring took a measly three hours, plus I have one more wire to run with the Dual Sync adapter harness (big deal, right?)

    I appreciate the advice, you guys saved me some expensive tuning time!

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    My only suggestion is to keep space between all the Sniper signal wires and the plug wires. I've seen too many installs with issues which are quickly remedied by relocating or adjusting the spark plug wires. A lot of the time they curse and condemn the Sniper when it's user error. I've seen coil wires ran with harness through firewall, etc. Good luck and enjoy the system.

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