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    Msd Ignition

    Are Their Coils Worth It

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    I am sure they are a quality product as usual from MSD, but unless your coils are bad and you want to pay for the looks, I wouldn't waste the $500+ on them. The MSD coils are not going to benefit you over the stock coils. If you are considering buying them for the looks, you can paint yours instead and make them nice. I just don't see any valid reason to spend the coin on them unless you just got the money burning a hole in your pocket.
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    I'm not sure if the stock LS1 coils put out multiple spark like the MSD ones but like Y2K said, 500+ dollars? How much gain do you really think you'll get from them anyway.

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    No, the stockers are not multiple spark. I got mine delivered to my door for $470. I had a couple of weak stockers that were causing misfires, so I went ahead and bought a set of 8 new MSD Blasters. While they look good, I didn't buy them for the looks.

    I can tell the difference at high rpms over the stockers (when all stock coils were operating properly). However, if you're looking for the most performance gain per dollar, these are definitely not the first option.

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