Coil Pack Testing

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Re: Coil Pack Testing

Postby The1 » Tue Oct 24, 2017 9:50 am

they look like completely different mould, would be interesting to test.

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Re: Coil Pack Testing

Postby The1 » Mon Oct 30, 2017 9:02 pm

L67PSI wrote:I fitted a new set of NGK BPR6EF-13 into my VT L67 today. It pays to check the gaps as they were all approx 1.2mm. Gapped them all to 1.3mm and will test it out.


Just of note i have been running 1.7mm gap on my Ecotec N/A for a while now with these Gorst Coils, previously when i tried a gap that large i had alot more knock induced, currently ive noticed no knock compared to stock 1.5mm gap and fuel economy has been improved on average 1L/100km, airflow and MAF readings are still maintaining the same, so im not seeing any loss of power per say but better economy helped by the larger gap and stronger spark.

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