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Old 11-26-2012, 11:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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the coils.. are they sided or universal?? on my engine build it turns out im missing one, i need to buy another, i just dont know if they are the same with different length wires comming out, or are they internally different??

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Look into these. They're the upgraded replacement.

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The coils have no polarity, the primary wires can be connected to either terminal.
There's color-coded primary wire connection information in the Documentation Forum.
The secondary (coil-to-spark-plug) wire lengths are not critical. Each stock coil
has one short and one long, and both coils are the same part number.
+1 on the DC2-1 coils Leader suggests, you'll need secondary wires too.
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If you need one, let me know. I can send you one cheap. I still have my stockers, went to Dyna's and will never go back to stock. I saved them for people in need.
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