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Old 02-03-2006, 06:31 PM   #1
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I bought haro'* 00 ssei coils & ICM the other week and I finally got a chance to swap the coils in. It idles a tiny bit smoother, and the midrange seemed to have a little more power.
Nothing huge but it was noticeable.
IMO it was worth the $55 bucks I paid.
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I was 5 dollars short :(
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have you tested them for resistance....and how do the compare to the ones that were on the car?
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I lost my multimeter so i didn't do the terminal test.
I was driving around more and my midrange definitely feels smoother.
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That'* the same thing I noticed when I switched from Stock coils to MSD'*. (I had one bad coil, but had borrowed one from Jseabert until my MSD'* came in).

So I upgraded from the same coil you had stock, to another coil slightly hotter than what you just put in. I was pleased as well. Smoother idle, and a slightly snappier midrange.
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