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There are these crazy electronic boxes over the spark plugs. And Guess what else...on the back of the cover it says SAAB and has a part number lol. It could have atleast said GM, and yes I know the Oil pan says SAAB also.
 

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Individual coil packs are gooder :D . Lost of spark energy available for when we turn up the boost.
 

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MotorMouth said:
Individual coil packs are gooder :D . Lost of spark energy available for when we turn up the boost.
Not good when it comes time to replace.....I'd rather pay $24 bucks for 4 spark plugs then over a hunderd per coil.
 

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wait a tick when u have to do your plugs you have to replace the coils also?
 

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No you don't have to replace the coils. Just the plugs. No need to mess with these coils. I have been told by my local perforamce shop that these are really good and there is no need to upgrade them.
 

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its called coil on plug they use it on 'vetts and feraris and vipers and shit like that
 

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Corvettes don't exactly have coil-on-plug. There is a single coil pack for every plug, but they are connected by about 8" of wire. The Redline's coils connect directly to the plug, which is very nice and efficient.
 

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Corvettes don't exactly have coil-on-plug. There is a single coil pack for every plug, but they are connected by about 8" of wire. The Redline's coils connect directly to the plug, which is very nice and efficient.
Oh yeah your right my bad. I totally forgot that the 'vetts coils were not on the plug
 

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Vette's weren't coil-on-plug but the most radical coil-on-plug equipped car I ever saw was my previous car - a 2004 Vibe; yes that little Toyota econo-motor had coil-on-plug. But you don't have to replace the coil. At least, probably not often . . . I don't know.
 

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don't they only require service every 100,000 miles or so? i know there's not much in the form of a tuneup for our cars really
 
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