Holley Annihilator Ignitions Ignitions

Annihilator Ignitions

Annihilator fever is catching on at race tracks all over the country. Racers of all types are replacing their old analog ignition systems with the state-of-the-art Annihilator family of high performance, microprocessor-controlled ignition systems.

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Matt Jones   [May 04, 2001]
Model Reviewed: 1969 Camaro, 355ci

Very good quality, good price, microprocessor controlled, very strong spark. Nice, neat wiring, too.


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I like this unit much more than the MSD 6A. That is kind of a unfair comparison though, because the Holley is more expensive. But anyway, this unit puts out a very strong spark, I've shocked myself many times while adjusting the timing. Hurts a bunch. The wiring is simple and neat, the unit used WeatherPak plugs that are nice and easy to connect and disconnect. I also like the fact that it is microprocessor controlled, unlike the analog MSD 6A. Rev limiter is smooth.

Similar Products Used: MSD 6A
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