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Old 08-22-2014, 07:05 AM
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Anyone tried these coils??

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wow they claim to add 18 horse power lol.. accel also makes some coils, but they don't rate them for any model past like 2012 ... I would love to try these coils, but their very expensive at $85 / coil
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Yes they aren't cheap but if what they claim is true I'll really consider this mod .
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Re: prformance coils

Maybe if you recoils were on the way out this May add 18 hp but I doubt just swapping out coil packs without changing the fuel rate would give you much gains.
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Re: prformance coils

Interesting! I would like to learn more about how coils swap can yield these HP these gains.
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Interesting! I would like to learn more about how coils swap can yield these HP these gains.
Easy, you just pull a number out of thin air, or other places, and make the claim.
'shop up a dyno graph and you're in business.

Add those coils, different intake, different filter, different catalyst, different exhaust, and you'd be making so many horsepower that NHTSA would ban your vehicle.
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Add those coils, different intake, different filter, different catalyst, different exhaust, and you'd be making so many horsepower that NHTSA would ban your vehicle.

Don't forget stickers bro..

anyways, yeah I would totally try these coils if either they were cheaper, or i hit like 60K on my OEM coils and it was time to replace them.
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