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Old 05-12-2009, 12:07 AM
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I currently have the MSD 85551 distributor on my engine application and I wanted to know if you guys would replace it with the marine 8560 - If so, why?

I'm asking because I want to see if it worth the money replacing...

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Your engine will not know the difference.
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Same components inside, different connector, the 8560 is somewhat weather tight and has a weatherpack connector.

Not worth spending the bucks.
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I appreciate the feedback - I just thought there would be some long term effects once I go back and forth from salt to fresh water. I didn't think I would loose any performance, I was just worried about vibration and moisture ruining the components - I'll keep it the was it is until I have to replace them - thanks again,
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I appreciate the feedback - I just thought there would be some long term effects once I go back and forth from salt to fresh water. I didn't think I would loose any performance, I was just worried about vibration and moisture ruining the components - I'll keep it the was it is until I have to replace them - thanks again,
the push type connector on your distributor connector would benefit from some dielectric grease to limit corrosion.
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They also have vent screens in them.
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