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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by blopez, Nov 8, 2005.

  1. blopez

    blopez Registered Member

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    I have been finacialy strained for a while and now have some cash to fix the truck up.

    1972 GMC Jimmy - 454

    1). EZ wirring kit? - Good Idea, Bad Idea, better product available?

    2).MSD ignition 4x4 truck one - Good Idea, Bad Idea, better product available?

    3).Holly Truck avenger Carb - Good Idea, Bad Idea, better product available?



    THANKS FOR THE INFO GUYS - I WOULD HAVE SOLD MY TRUCK A LONG TIME AGO IF IT WERENT FOR THIS WEB SITE!!!!!
     
  2. ntsqd

    ntsqd 1/2 ton status

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    1) Know nothing about them, so no comment.

    2) A GOOD HEI module with give you 95% of what the MSD system will in a near stock, non-racing engine. A bonus is all stock parts available nearly anywhere.

    3) Really hard to beat a Q-jet for on or off road. Even Early Bronco guys put them on their EB's.
     
  3. monster man

    monster man 1/2 ton status

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    I bought the EZ-wiring kit for my '25 t-bucket. It's pretty darn good. If you have electrical experience you'll do good, otherwise the directions are not that helpful. You may also need to supplement it with certain plugs/wires, etc. Just as far as quality, I saw no difference between that and the Painless wiring kit.
     

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