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  1. ymeski56
    08-17-2010 06:23 PM - permalink
    ymeski56
    Go w/ the Accel. Lower Ohm. Much better turn ratio. The extra few bucks is worth it. Coil output strength degrades w/ age & use. The Accel should last longer before this occurs. Everything else looks good to go. Use a little dielectric grease on the connects. On better wires, a small tube is many times included.

    What year & engine?

    Check the permanent sticker under the hood to be sure of what your stock gap is. If .042-.046, then .054 should fly. Get your gap down solid w/ no miss, before going to the timing bump.
  2. chelios
    08-08-2010 12:44 AM - permalink
    chelios
    i am PMing you them

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  • About Talmbla
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    Student, needed a truck to make it out to the lake on weekends.
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    Sudbury, Ontario
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  • My Truck
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150 Lariat
    Year
    1991
    Engine
    302
    Options
    Power windows, Shagin wagon interior
    Modifications
    Just bought, came with a 3 inch body lift. Right now in the process of restoration.

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  • Join Date: 09-12-2009

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