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Old 06-08-2003, 08:20 AM   #1
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I was cleaning up the garage today when I came across a Crane Fireball HI-S6 ignition box part # 6000-6300. Will this work on my Bonneville? If so what kind of a differance would there be, smoother running...more HP...better fuel economy? Thanks in advance!
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BLk_Bonneville, it doesnt look like this would work on a 94. :( Support for Pontiac 6cyl goes only up to 92 and that still doesnt cover the 3.8l for some reason. CHeck this link out if you havent already been there....

http://www.cranecams.com/ignition/appsp.htm#Pontiac
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for some reason i thought you had a 94, now i see that you have a 90, same thing. No support for the 3.8L. odd...
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Thanks for the link to their site. After looking around it turns out that ignition is not capatable with a distributorless system. Oh well I figured that would have just been to easy LOL.
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you know that! thats probably why you found it and it wasnt in someones car already. is there anything out there thats non-distributorless now-a-days? Its too bad, its sounds like a nice little box...
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Pawn it off on ebay and put it towards MSD for your car.... Eh?
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