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1978 Chrysler New Yorker lean burn ???'s

Hello, I just purchased an original 1978 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham 440. It has the original lean burn still intact and functioning. I have read a few articles on replacing it with electronic ignition and I just wanted to make sure there will be no surprises when I hopefully do the conversion Thurs.

Will I have to do anything other than wire in the ignition module and distributor and disconnect the lean burn computer. I have read a couple places about a idle mixture solendoid, but it was not about a 440 conversion.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Yeah, I have a mopar kit coming too, it was only $14 more but I think I cam going to put a MSD6AL I have laying around on instead of the box
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