Although the last car that came off an assembly line equipped with a carburetor was the 1991 Subaru Justy, there are some drivers that are removing their fuel injection systems and going back to the old-time carburetors. Why? A carburetor is a simpler system, for one thing. For all their efficiency, fuel injection systems are highly complex, requiring fine tolerances, miles of wiring and high-pressure fuel lines. As such, they can be temperamental and high-maintenance. If you prefer old-time carburetors to modern fuel injection, you'll need a custom manifold that allows a carburetor to be installed. Along with that, you'll need an MSD Ignition Control System so your engine can continue to realize its full power potential. Designed to work with stock OEM engine systems, the MSD Ignition Control System includes the same connectors as the vehicle into which it is to be installed, thus simplifying installation. Although designed to work with a carburetor, the MSD Ignition Control System is high-tech: it enables you to hook up your laptop and use MSD's Pro-DataPlus Software in order to map a timing advance curve. Other features include a two-step rev limiter, a vacuum advance curve and a step retard for using nitrous. Customers definitely deserve world-class technical support while buying good quality parts for their car or truck. So of course we've established a round-the-clock sales support call bureau to answer your needs. Nobody likes to pay for shipping, so you get totally free shipping for every order at least $50. If you spot a lower price elsewhere, tell us - we will meet or beat any price advertised elsewhere.