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    Registered 220EagleXp's Avatar
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    MSD Mounting Location

    Can you use the Teague MSD Brain Box bracked to mount on a HP 500 EFI, where it mounts to the back of the cylinder head.

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    Charter Member # 55 Charter Member Griff's Avatar
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    Don't know if you can or not, but I would mount it on the transom away from direct engine heat.

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    Registered RedDog382's Avatar
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    If you have the oil cooler mounted across the upper rear of the engine above the bell housing, there is a clearance problem with the bracket that mounts the MSD on the back of the port side head. I had this problem when I switched to HP 500 coolers. I mounted my MSDs and rev limiters to the transom above and behind the distributors.

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    Registered Madcow's Avatar
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    Seems to me you had a lot of clearance problems on the boat. I see your running though.

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