MSD Atomic for LS
This is a discussion on MSD Atomic for LS within the Computer & Tuning forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; anyone out there use this or know someone who used this in an f-body? just curious. it would be nice ...
03-26-2013, 04:31 AM #1
MSD Atomic for LS
anyone out there use this or know someone who used this in an f-body? just curious. it would be nice to have a clean engine bay, because I do shows a lot.
03-27-2013, 11:11 AM #2
- Join Date
- Apr 2010
- Fairfax, VA
- 98 TA WS6/ 01 C5 Corvette
I am interested in this as well. I saw it in my Jegs magazine and it sparked my interest. I would love to pair this with my AC delete and soon ABS delete to clean up my engine bay even more.1998 Trans Am WS6 - Phantom
421 CI LQ9, Tick Performance Custom Cam, TFS 255cc LS3 heads, Kooks 2" LT headers, Kooks 3" True Duals w/ high flow cats, FTP 104 lid, Speed Density Tune, 4" silicon tube, LS6 VCT, FAST 102 Intake, NW 102 TB, Oil Catch Can, SLP Bilstein Shocks w/ Vogtland Springs, CTS-V 4-piston Calipers w/C6 Z06 rotors, Stainless Steel Brake Lines, R1 concepts premium rotors, Hawk HP+ brake pads, VFN WSQ Hood, C5-R timing chain, SLP oil pump, E85 tune, Walbro 450 fuel pump, Deatschwerkz 95# injectors, Breathless performance headlights, Frost Tune, !HVAC.
(Coming Soon) BMR DSL, UMI TQ Arm
421 LQ9 14.8:1 on E85 Build/
03-27-2013, 11:16 AM #3
I'm just concerned that it may not be able to have the programmability that a tweaked car needs, like I don't have knock sensors anymore can they get around that and other programmed things like the skip shift and the fan on temp. I don't have the air pump stuff, but won't get rid of my A.C I'm too old to sweat my butt off lol. but would be nice to get rid of that nest of wires.
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