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Old 03-19-2012, 04:02 PM   #1
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Default Will these cols work for our cars?

I'm not an expect with electronics but wouldn't these be a good solution for our cars? They would have to be connected somewhere else in the engine bay then connected to the plugs with plug wires but they should be good right?

http://www.aemelectronics.com/high-o...dumb-coil-1239
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Old 03-21-2012, 04:16 AM   #2
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Old 03-21-2012, 02:54 PM   #3
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i have read that one before i was asking about these because they are cheaper, and have better specs and will deliver more spark. It looks to me like they would work
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Old 03-21-2012, 07:59 PM   #4
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i don't see y not...do it and let us know how it turns out/write up if sucessful
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IMHO, you're not going to get a noticeable difference in power with a brighter or more powerful spark. Key thing with spark, is reliability. A coil conversion would probably be the the better idea. Look on the classifieds, you can find a set of 02+ coils+boots for around $100. Way worth it.
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IMHO, you're not going to get a noticeable difference in power with a brighter or more powerful spark. Key thing with spark, is reliability. A coil conversion would probably be the the better idea. Look on the classifieds, you can find a set of 02+ coils+boots for around $100. Way worth it.
this. why spend over $200 on a set of AEM coils and then do some custom wiring when you can just get WRX coils and a very easy wiring conversion.
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i have read that one before i was asking about these because they are cheaper, and have better specs and will deliver more spark. It looks to me like they would work
Anything can be made to work with a sufficient amount of money, time, energy and intelligence. This issue at hand is the cost benefit ratio of all of those expenditures. Will all that effort actually net any real gains above the existing options (ie) 02-04 wrx/sti coilpack?
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