No homework needed. I didn't race
When I do (driving or pit crew) I do my Homework.
And as far as homework it was a module. I know some racers who can't even tell me what module they are running. Not that Randy is one of them but a module is not a separate ignition box.
What I posted is straight out of the 2012 GTRP Rules for Hobby Stock. I have seen a couple of different types of ignitions. One being stock; one being stock appearing and another with an external ignition box. If you are running a Chevy distributor you can run "Any" module (as long as it fits in the stock location). AND You can run "ANY" coil (as long as it fits in the stock location). You are not allowed to run external MSD Ignition Boxes.
I took it to be pretty clear. No MSD Boxes allowed. But just prior to that statement it said "ANY" modules and cap mounted coils. The rules "DIDN'T" say; Any module But the MSD Module or Any cap mounted coil but the MSD cap mounted coil.
The rules are telling you to build a distributor "stock appearing" with any module and any cap mount coil without an external MSD ignition box. Just keep a Flame Thrower Module on hand for the Grand it's good up to 7500 rpms.
And this is of course for GTRP. I have never read the rules for the Grand.
Randy, it happens to the best of us! I can't wait till I am disqualified! That would mean I made my way to tech and I was actually racing again!
Not that I would enjoy the disqualification. But I know for a fact I would still have a smile on my face from the race I just ran! Because I DID enjoy that.