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965 with MSD or Crane ignition adaptation?

Please help me, I'm new to this car and I'm having problems with no spark on my 1992 C2 Turbo 3.3 (965) the car is almost stock, the only mod is a new after market exhaust; I suspect on the Bosch EZ69 ignition module as dead (Extremely expensive to replace).

Somebody has successfully adapt an MSD-6AL or crane HI-6 on this model engine? if so, how you trigger it? the factory crank speed sensor can be used as a magnetic sensor or I have to make some pulley adaptation for a magnetic sensor?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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How many Pins does the Bosch Box have , or the plug for that matter?
I run MSD on my '83 Turbo
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Here is one like mine

FS 91-92 Turbo Bosch ICU EZ69

I know is an electronic mapped ignition control module, I can see at least nine pins.
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That is different than mine , so i guess i am of no help .
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Thank you very much anyway for your help!
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I know for a fact you could run one, I just dont know how on your car. I believe that your car has a computer controlled ignition, I could be wrong. If it is like ours, it has a magnetic pick-up. Ive seen MSD's on those cars and even 96-97 turbos. You might not be able to get away with the stock coil though.
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I did some research and this ignition actually is computer managed with the ignition maps loaded in the module and its unmodifiable and as far I can find, not rebuildable, thats why it is so expensive, according to my parts dealer it's a special order and costing around 2800.00 US$; so actually I don't have any problem getting an msd coil installed also... another option i'm researching is the use of an aftermaket ecu to control the ignition only I found some interesting information about the megasquirt II and reading a lot about it.

Any suggestion, advice or correction is greatly appreciated.

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contact scsystems.com or search lorenlb he could rebuild the unit for you
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Crane & Msd latest square wave cdi's work great with your appl., Candy.
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Yea, Msd came out with the 7AL and I hear its kick @$$
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