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Old 11-25-2022, 07:59 PM
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Looking into getting in line to purchase a Mark ll and doing some leg work on the ignition system and wondering if there is room under the dash to hide a msd box . The car will have the heater /defrost option
any info will be great
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Old 11-26-2022, 12:57 AM
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Hi Bob.
Very few space under the dash but you can hide your Msd box under driver or passenger seat. You have 2 rectangular metal sheets bolted and once removed you can easily install your msd box. It's done like that on my MK2.
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Yes, plenty of room for an MSD box, but why?

The MSD units are known for "suspect quality" on the non-race boxes and have a high failure rate. If you want to duplicate the original look Pertronix makes an "as-cast" distributor with internal spark box.
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Looking into getting in line to purchase a Mark ll and doing some leg work on the ignition system and wondering if there is room under the dash to hide a msd box . The car will have the heater /defrost option
any info will be great
Bob
As others said, yes, there is room.

I would be happy to help you with your build spec and order.

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