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  • Digital performance at an analog price
  • Direct replacement for a MSD 6A ignition box
  • Comes complete with a magnetic pick up extension, diode, cable clamps, wire connectors, wire ties, and all the necessary hardware for a fast, easy installation
  • Lightweight extruded aluminum housing for maximum heat transfer

MSD Ignitions install easily to a variety of applications. This diagram shows the wiring with a points distributor.


  • Quick Starts
  • Increased Power
  • Smooth Idle
  • Crisp Throttle Response
  • Reduced Spark Plug Fouling

An MSD 6A Ignition will improve the overall performance of your engine thanks to its high output capacitive discharge sparks. Below 3,000 rpm the ignition delivers multiple sparks that will clean up the idle, improve starting and throttle response. Step up to the 6AL to have an engine saving rev limiter.

2-Step Rev Control for Digital 6AL PN 8732

The new 2-Step is digitally controlled and connects to the Digital 6AL's gray tach output wire. There are two easy to read rotary dials that let you set the launch rpm in 100 rpm increments. There is an activation wire that connects to the transbrake, a clutch switch or to the line-lock to activate the low rpm limit. When that switch is released, the low rpm limit is turned off and the car launches hard!

Secure and sealed connector

The Digital 6A and 6AL Ignitions incorporate a secure and sealed connector for all of the wiring. This design routes the wiring out of one side of the ignition making wiring your engine easier and looks great.


  • Compact design - full MSD power.
  • Plug and Play upgrade to current installations with a 6201, MSD 6A
  • New processor and board design provide a highly efficient ignition, minimal heat and max spark energy with less current draw
  • 60% smaller and 50% lighter than the MSD Digital 6A (688 grams vs 344 grams)
  • High rpm operation and maximum output using the Blaster HVC, PN 8252 or HVC II, PN 8253
  • Consistently high spark energy of 135mJ to 150mJ for every firing, from idle to redline rpm
  • Available in Red, PN 6202 and Black, PN 62023
Size and Weight Comparison - MSD 6202 vs MSD 6201 - www.holleyefi.se


Wiring Diagrams and Tech Notes - PDF (öppnas i nytt fönster)
Provides over 150 pages of diagrams and details on MSD's ignition line.

Top Ten Ignition Questions - PDF (öppnas i nytt fönster)


MSD's LS Series Ignition Controller Means LS Swaps And A Carburetor Too - 02/23/2022

MSD's LS Series Ignition Controller Means LS Swaps And A Carburetor Too - www.holleyefi.se

There is one aspect about the LS engine family that likely holds back some people from making the swap: electronic fuel injection. Many enthusiasts just aren't comfortable with the idea of converting to fuel injection. Even with all of the nearly plug-and-play fuel injection systems available, it’s understandable that some would prefer to continue down the path of carburation and its art of simplicity.

The good news is that MSD has the answer for those wanting LS performance but want to stick with their proven carburetor. It's called the 6LS Ignition Controller. - Read More

Go In-Depth Inside MSD's High-Tech Power Grid Ignition System - 04/01/2021

The Power Grid is an extremely flexible ignition controller allowing for the addition of a wide range of timing controls and data logging. What this means is, the racer now has an easy means to tune the ignition without being bound by the various add on control parameters. - Read More

How To Select An MSD Capacitive Discharge Ignition System - 12/01/2020

Spark ignition...every gasoline or alcohol motor engine needs one and performance engines demand a strong ignition to unlock all that power hiding in your engine. Before we get into the details of choosing among the several different MSD capacitive discharge ignition (CDI) boxes, it might be worthwhile to understand the difference between a CD and a traditional inductive ignition. - Read More

How To Troubleshoot An MSD 6A/6AL Ignition Control - 09/03/2020

Though MSD builds these ignitions to be as heavy-duty as possible, there are still times when it may be necessary to check out your ignition system to confirm everything is working as it should. Intermittent issues can generally be tracked down to a faulty ground or loose connection and if you have trouble starting your engine, there are easy steps to take to confirm the operation of your ignition. - Read More

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