The American Drag Racing Leagueâ€™s (ADRL) Technical Services Department announced on Tuesday that is has approved the use of MSD Ignitionâ€™s new Power Grid system for use in its Extreme Pro Stock class.
- MSD 7720 (Ignition Module): The innovative power grid ignition system is considered the next evolution of MSDâ€™s Programmable 7-Series Ignition Controls. It incorporates CAN-Bus technology to reduce the amount of wiring and simplifies the addition of accessory modules.
- MSD 7730 (Ignition Controller): This item can be used with any MSD Ignition to provide advance ignition tuning capabilities.
- MSD 7740 (4-connector CAN-Bus Hub): This hub allows users of the Power Grid System Controller to connect to additional MSD modules to the system.
- MSD 7751 (Launch Control Module): An ideal item for drivers who use a 2-Step style rev limiter. It also allows for quick and simple last-minute changes.
The approval of MSD Ignitionâ€™s Power Grid System went into effect on Sept. 26 and is included in the current ADRL rulebook.
The rulebook will also include that the five individual step retard wires (pink, violet, tan, light green and green) must not be connected to anything on the vehicle.
A longtime ADRL contingency sponsor, MSD Ignition is considered one of the top performance ignition companies in the drag racing world.
To download the current ADRL rulebook, go to www.adrl.us/competition/rules.