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MSD 6LS Series Ignition Wiring Harnesses 8886

Wiring Harness, LS1, LS6 OEM EFI, Distributorless Ignition 6010, GM, Set

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Brand: MSD Ignition

Manufacturer's Part Number: 8886

Part Type: Ignition Box Wiring Harnesses

Product Line: MSD 6LS Series Ignition Wiring Harnesses

Summit Racing Part Number: MSD-8886

UPC: 085132088867

Trigger Style: Crank trigger

Quantity: Sold as a set.

Notes: Connects MSD 6LS ignition box to front mounted cam sensor on early model 24-tooth wheel GM LS2 engines.

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MSD 6LS Ignition harness allow you to easily connect the 6LS-2 to a factory EFI system to take advantage of timing adjustments and settings. MSD's 6LS extension harness allows you to reach the front-mounted cam sensor on an early (24-tooth trigger wheel) LS2 when installing a 6LS Ignition Controller. The 6LS-2 Controller allows you to map a timing advance curve with MSD's easy-to-use Pro-Data+ software.


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will this harness work with a 2001 5.3L out of a truck ? it is the LM7 motor not a LS1. it has a steel block not a aluminum block. out of a 1500 pickup, 2001 model.

Asked by JOHN on March 01, 2016


Thanks for your question. Unfortunately this will not fit the LM7 engine and MSD does not make one for that application.

Summit RacingSummit Racing Answer - July 27, 2016

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

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