ok its down to the digital 6 or the 6al-2.
with the digital 6 is the unit manually programmable or do you have to hook it up to a pc to set it up. it seems to have a few more featrues.
is it a user friendly as the 6al-2.
After you posted the 6AL-2 stuff I did a bunch of reading over the weekend.
IMO the differences are:
6AL-2 is very flexible with the laptop programing; basically you can tune the crap out of it. It is similar to the 7 series for less money.
You can set the tune for the whole power band in the box and just lock out the Dizzy
The feature is the launch RPM settings that where of most interest to me.
Also the ability to custom tune each rev limit in software.
The Dig 6 box has the 2 step rev limiter (by dial, no PC needed)
A start retard and a retard for power adders, and these are set by dial as well.
So the difference is do you want to have this much control? If you need it it or will use it. It is worth the extra cash if you just need them. the Dig 6 featrues it is cheaper and easier.
I am still on the fence, most likley I will stick with the Dig 6.
You can download the software and try it at MSD's site. It looks cool.