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1992-1999 Series I L27 (1992-1994 SE,SLE, SSE) & Series II L36 (1995-1999 SE, SSE, SLE) and common problems for the Series I and II L67 (all supercharged models 92-99) Including Olds 88's, Olds LSS's and Buick Lesabres Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements.

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Old 11-21-2005, 12:35 AM   #11
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I meant 97+ L67 Delco coils .
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From my test of one set of each coils, Series II L67 coils are betwen Series I and MSD, closer to Series I. Based on Ohm readings only.
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Thanks for the responses.

I'm glad that I can put Series II coils on my Series I and consider it an upgrade.
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Thanks for the responses.

I'm glad that I can put Series II coils on my Series I and consider it an upgrade.
And if you put a turbo on it we'll smack you upside the head :P

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Not really Foghorn....we are nice..remember
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Not really Foghorn....we are nice..remember
The Bonneville is Overclock This' winter car...ask him about his summer car :P

P.*. We had drinks together just a couple of weeks ago in Ottawa...plus if you saw the size of him you'd know it'* pretty unlikely he'll get smacked...at least not more than once that is.

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I purchased new MSD 8224 coils. Two of the coils looks like the one'* on willwren'* car(see previous picture on this thread), and the other one looks exactly like the original coil), Is there an installation order to these new MSD coils? I'm only asking 'cause I checked the ohm readings (6.12, 7.36 & 7.55), which are all slightly different. And if course there are not numbered.

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1. one looks different than the other two

2. and the ohms are different. Does this make a difference?

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Just got off the phone with Wyatt. One of his MSD coils looks like a stock AC Delco coil, but it'* red. Anyone seen this? Is this old stock, or something new?

Anyway, I advised him to take those 3 coils back to the speed shop and order 3 from Jegs.

In the meantime, I gave him my secondaries off both cars (95 with AC Delco coils, 93 with MSD coils).

I got some pretty funky numbers. Can others please measure your secondaries and post them in this topic?
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Slightly on/off topic, has anyone had any experience with the MSD DIS-4 ignition control system? Any benefits over the stock? Waste of money?
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Mortehl, start that topic in P & B. I just touched on that briefly with TuType on the phone.
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