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MSD Flying Magnet Crank Trigger 8633

Crank Trigger, Flying Magnet, Chrysler, 273-360, Small Block, 7.25" balancer, Kit

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Brand: MSD Ignition

Manufacturer's Part Number: 8633

Part Type: Crank Trigger Kits

Product Line: MSD Flying Magnet Crank Trigger

Summit Racing Part Number: MSD-8633

UPC: 085132086337

Pickup Included: Yes

Adjustable Mounting Bracket Included: Yes

Bracket Material: Billet aluminum

Bracket Finish: Red anodized

Crank Trigger Wheel Included: Yes

Crankshaft Wheel Material: Aluminum

Crankshaft Wheel Finish: Red anodized

Hardware Included: Yes

Quantity: Sold as a kit.

In-Store Pickup: Choose In-store pick-up (OH, NV, GA, TX) on our web site.

MSD's flying magnet crank triggers use four magnets permanently embedded in an aluminum wheel. As the crank rotates, the magnets pass a non-magnetic pickup, which triggers the ignition. These MSD systems include a trigger wheel, pickup, CNC-machined aluminum mounting bracket, and hardware.

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Q:

Will this product work with the Magnum LA?

Asked by CHARLES on November 10, 2017

A:

Yes, It should fit both Magnum and LA engines.

FRANK from GA answered on February 08, 2019

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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