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Old 04-02-2005, 02:13 PM   #1
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25500182 Coil - NASCAR (for Buick V6)
Latest Buick "Stand Alone" ignition system. Features integrated coil and module. Rev-limiter and advance adjustment dial ***** are mounted on module. Military harness connectors. Requires only crank trigger impulse along with battery voltage to operate. Tachometer output is available from harness. Mounting lugs are built-in and ground strap is included. Use P/N 25500189 or P/N 25500190 harness.
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that looks like the old Magnavox setup with a few adjustment *****
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that looks like the old Magnavox setup with a few adjustment *****
Yeah it does...anyone have specifics on this thing?
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Coils are not individually replaceable. Stay very far away.

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