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Old 11-23-2013, 08:00 PM
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Old 11-23-2013, 09:51 PM
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Old 11-23-2013, 10:33 PM
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I'm in Hamilton as well . Pm me - i can help .
Hey mate.shane here.how do i sus this ignition coil problem out?big thanks for the help....
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I'm wanting to squeeze every little bit of power from my 13b. And i've seen people claiming ignition systems(coils/spark plugs/leads) will up your power a bit. One of the setups I seen was BHR coils/NGK laser spark plugs/NGK Leads.

So question is does it even matter?
And if so whats the best? Lifetime+price+Power increase=Best
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This is the BHR coil kit I put on my car. This took about 2 hours for me to do start to finish. Did a burn out right after in stall and there definitely was a power hike as well as RPM stability at high RPM's as well as a smoother clime up through the power band. I have seen it said that the BHR's never need replacement. Cost is form. $500 to $640 (not bad if you figure you never need to replace them and if you do a part out you can resell them). Grate support from what I'm told never had to use the support my self. I've not for a second regretted my perches of the BHR coil kit.
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Originally Posted by niteshade247 View Post
This is the BHR coil kit I put on my car. This took about 2 hours for me to do start to finish. Did a burn out right after in stall and there definitely was a power hike as well as RPM stability at high RPM's as well as a smoother clime up through the power band. I have seen it said that the BHR's never need replacement. Cost is form. $500 to $640 (not bad if you figure you never need to replace them and if you do a part out you can resell them). Grate support from what I'm told never had to use the support my self. I've not for a second regretted my perches of the BHR coil kit.
Is there a warranty with the coils? and what spark plugs leads do you have?
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thanks but what about spark plugs? is the NGK iridium that come with BHR the best?
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They are OEM, and OEM is indeed the best plugs for our car. That's the same price you can get them for on Amazon, auto parts stores, etc... He just provides them at a convinience to save on shipping a set from elsewhere. Keep in mind you will still need to replace plugs periodically with the BHR kit.
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