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Old 03-03-2010, 09:20 PM   #1
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Coil pack

Hey I was on steeda focus And they have a coil pack on there for 70 bucks I'm looking for opinions. And is it even for the svt and if not if I use it will I gain power? I know it won't be a lot but every bit helps.


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your stock one will work fine. people use them all the time for their turboed applications... i would look into some plug wires and copper core plugs. motorcraft plugs are best bang for your buck.
i have taylor wires and love them theres a bunch of companies out there that have em
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^^^ What he said. The Taylor wires and motorcraft cooper plugs are your best bet. I bought an MSD coil pack and wires and didn't notice a thing compared to stock.
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Old 03-04-2010, 09:49 AM   #4
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Well I got some 8mm wires spiraly rapped and I got ngk laser cut plattnum plugs and I love them I have had them in for 4 months so what els should I get then
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There's no since in running that plug. Just hurts your pocket. And like they said your stock cp is just fine
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where are the svt specific taylor plugs? I've looked for em briefly but no dice. anyone got a link?
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your stock one will work fine. i would look into some plug wires and copper core plugs.
^^^ i dont know about that. my dad told me about pulstar pulse plugs (which he has in his lightning) and i just recently got some for my focus and they are pretty dang good. here's a link check em out

http://www.sparkplugs.com/results_ap...414998&mfid=19
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Motorcraft Coppers and Taylor wires for me! Works GREAT!

One question how often should I change the plugs and wires running that set-up?
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Dealer says plugs are bout 30k and from what I hear the Cooper wear down faster so maybe 20k.
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