1. 512Stroker

    512Stroker We are all here because we are not all there.

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    I am currently running the stock Mopar electronic distributor and orange box. Is there a way to add a rev limiter to this system without changing out the box?
     
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    Riff Raff Well-Known Member

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    MSD and Mallory both make rev limiters that you can use. Easy to wire up
     
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    • Lelo Dart

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        Replace the orange box with a revNator box with built in Rev limiter. Sold by R/T garage. It is better ignition box with more HP potential than orange box plus there is no wiring changes. I have one on Duster that is drag car. RevNator has saved over speed several times. FBO also has replacement box w limiter.
         
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        • 512Stroker

          512Stroker We are all here because we are not all there.

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          Let me get this right, these new boxes are plug and play no changes to the stock wiring?
           
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          AJ/FormS 68 B'cuda fb, Form S clone ... 367/A833/3.55s

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          I have a stand-alone Jacobs, dash-mounted, dial back, Ignition timing box, and amp.......that has a rev-limiter in it. It is very simple to wire in and eliminated the Orange box. The dial-type rev-limiter is not particularly accurate, but for me it doesn't have to be, cuz I'm a streeter, and I set it more as a safety in case I blow a shift......which, the last time that happened was 2004. Then I fixed the daymn shifter once and for all-time.
          Since it's adjustable, I sometimes use it as a cruize rpm limiter, so I don't end up speeding.
          When I spend a night in a Motel. I set it to just above idle, and retard the timing.
          Mine is circa 2000, and has never failed. I would sure miss it if it did.
          There are other manufacturers building similar boxes.
           
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          From FBO: Over 200 in stock or ready for final assembly (2-3 Days) We never run out because WE build them. 5 Year Warranty
           
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