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  1. Thanks for the tips and the diagram. I found some other ideas, called MSD and fleshed out a wiring diagram to use which I think will work with the tach. Any thoughts on this? See diagram below.
  2. I bought a Remanufactured 1979 280zx dizzy from Rock Auto and it looks ok. I was going to leave the e12-80 module on it at which point you hook it up according to the points MSD 6al instructions. If you remove the e12-80 you use the violet and green wires and hook it up using the crank fire/magnetic dist instructions.....what are the benefits of going this route? It looks like I need the 8920 tach module to get the tach working. MSD said I could try hooking the tach up to the white trigger wire on the C on the module....I assume he was talking about the Black White tach wire? Calling them again. Thx Eric
  3. My son has a 1973 240z with stock ignition, weber 40's and headers. We have purchased a MSD 6AL, Blaster 2 coil, and 1979 280Zx e12-80 distributor Does anyone have a good wiring diagram to use? After looking at the directions and searching the internet there seems to be a few ways to do this and we would like the Tach to work. It sounds like some folks use the 8920 tach adapter and some don't. Any help would be appreciated before we tackle the job. Thank you. Eric
  4. Did you sell your car? It is fantastic....I am a old 911 Porsche guy but we bought my son a 240z and I love it. I want to build it into something like yours....he wants flares etc.....anyway...what wheel size and offset and brand and what tire size and brand are you running? The car is perfect.....and a good value at $25k..... Thank you. Eric
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