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Old 09-27-2012, 08:38 AM   #1
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Distributor or Coil Pack ?

Hey guys,
I am currently running a ford racing coil pack in my zx3 with FR wires and copper core plugs. I switched to the coil pack when I was overhauling the engine. After getting some advice, I was asked why I changed out the distributor if it was giving me no problems and was made to run the 2.0 zetec with no problem. I did not have an answer, just thought it was an upgraded part. The focus is also fitted with a JRSC and boost kit.


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