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Good morning,

ProComp has a 4-pin circuit board type module that replaces the standard 4-pin module. The part number is PC6040. This is similar to the MSD only it does not have the built in rev limiter and is less than half the price. Does anyone on the sight have any experience with or opinion on this product?
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Good morning,

ProComp has a 4-pin circuit board type module that replaces the standard 4-pin module. The part number is PC6040. This is similar to the MSD only it does not have the built in rev limiter and is less than half the price. Does anyone on the sight have any experience with or opinion on this product?
Thank you,
gene68ss
Well I guess no response means a NO.
Now does that mean.
No good
No have not tried
No don't care
No don't have time for your silly questions
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I've got a new ProComp distributor in a drawer that I'm not sure why I haven't just thrown it away, if that helps you.
 

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I wouldn't use anything ProComp, they are poor copies of others . I've had a dealing a few years back and it didn't go well. They will tell you its from Australia but what they do is manufacturer in China then ship and box in Aussy land. Its crap
Try a google search on the company
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I wouldn't use anything ProComp, they are poor copies of others . I've had a dealing a few years back and it didn't go well. They will tell you its from Australia but what they do is manufacturer in China then ship and box in Aussy land. Its crap
Try a google search on the company
BobH
I can try the Google search however I pay dues to TC and I like to hear from team members that have hands on experience to share.
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383 stroker and all that other stuff.
 

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I can try the Google search however I pay dues to TC and I like to hear from team members that have hands on experience to share.
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gene68ss
383 stroker and all that other stuff.
Understood wasn't meant as a slam . Just my experience with ProComp plus all the reading I've done on other sites. ProComp is kinda like what Unlimited is to fiberglass body parts.
Hit or miss
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Understood wasn't meant as a slam . Just my experience with ProComp plus all the reading I've done on other sites. ProComp is kinda like what Unlimited is to fiberglass body parts.
Hit or miss
BobH
No problem, just been away from cars for so many years, I am behind on most everything and depend on those that have kept up to date and don't want to spend money on junk, I like bargans but not junk.
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Understood wasn't meant as a slam . Just my experience with ProComp plus all the reading I've done on other sites. ProComp is kinda like what Unlimited is to fiberglass body parts.
Hit or miss
BobH
What got me to looking at the modules, I bought a new Accell Dist and the car would not go above 2000RPM, checked, checked and checked, Put GM parts in it, Module etc. and it ran but not right. Sent the module and harness back to Accell and they replaced it right away even though I bought it on ebay and from an individual, with no warranty, so Accell was very customer friendly. I am still working with it, just discovered I have a vacuum leak around the throttle shave of the Holley, went to Quick Fuel and they are going to install the shafts for me. Kind of handy living where I do with Holley and Quick fuel within 15 minutes. May explain some of the things I have been chasing my tail over.
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