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Old 04-02-2014, 11:26 AM   #1
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Msd coil

Would the msd street fire coil give any extra spark or added performance over my stock coil?
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nothing noticable.
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yah don't change out the stock ones unless there is a reason. They are good
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Nope, gimmick.
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Mine just **** the bed and was getting no spark. I hooked up stock and is running better, I think than the MSD. No need to fix something that isn't broke.
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Anything that "temporarily" cuts ignition has me a little worried being it's not a modular car
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Anything that "temporarily" cuts ignition has me a little worried being it's not a modular car
Why? WOT boxes work great. You floor it and when you go to powershift the RPM will dip just enough to get a smooth shift provided you aren't a ****ty driver. Although its no substitute for a manually shifted automatic lol.

With that said, you really don't need one for street use.

As far as MSD is concerned, MSD="My Spark Disappeared" or "Might Suddenly Die". MSD has been a junk product for years, even when I started they were garbage. Upgrading ignition parts is really not needed until you get a power adder or hit a certain power level and when you DO finally need to upgrade, buy Crane. You'll be happy with Crane stuff.

Oh, and for COPS/Coil Packs stick with OEM Ford. The MSD/Accel/Ebay special COPS and Packs are all inferior to OEM.
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I've just never seen a wot box except on modular cars........ But I'll give it a shot... ThAnx
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Well honestly it would be a waste of money unless you are powershifting at the track and your trans is sound and everything.
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Old 04-04-2014, 02:01 PM   #13
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My t5 was just rebuilt when I went through the motor
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My t5 was just rebuilt when I went through the motor

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Sry bout the duplicate and they were redone about 1500 miles ago..... Went with all forged internals
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Yeah but was your t-5 BUILT or was it just rebuilt? Because a rebuilt t-5 is still a glass jaw t-5. You miss 3rd trying to powershift even with a WOT box and you are very likely to shear all the teeth right off it.
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