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Old 05-13-2013, 08:54 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if there's any difference between accel, MSD and GMS pro series coil packs? I wanna make the right choice before buying
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I don't think you'll be able to tell a difference between the 2, I prefer MSD personally
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Are you running those now?
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I always haven't heard the best on accel and screaming demon. MSD seems to be the standard. Why are you getting new ones?
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The ones in the car never been changed and when I changed the plugs the coils look pretty beat
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The ones in the car never been changed and when I changed the plugs the coils look pretty beat
How many miles? If your doing it for maintenance I could see that but they don't yield performance. Alot of people switch them when theirs are functioning fine and all it does is add a little bling under the hood.
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Agreed ^ it looks good but overall you won't feel a difference. I have MSD on my 98 and I had them on my old fox too, whatever you decide though get some race plug wires too it will help
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Agreed ^ it looks good but overall you won't feel a difference. I have MSD on my 98 and I had them on my old fox too, whatever you decide though get some race plug wires too it will help
+1 if you do the coil packs then you might as well do a tune with wires and plugs, unless your cop just do plugs. I still recommend not changing them, miles don't mean too much; don't fix something that ain't broke.
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I went with Accels and I love them. As cheap as they are, they work really well. The little yellow caps are pretty under my fuel rails too. Like others said. you aren't going to notice any difference in power unless your coils are totally trashed. Here's the reason I replaced mine:
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Mines are getting ate up, I don't wanna get to that point lol
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