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#1 olcowhand ONLINE  

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Posted June 19, 2011 - 01:32 PM

NAPAonline.com wrote:

  • 6 Volt Coils - Require External Resistor For 12 Volt Systems
  • Part: ECH IC7 Product Line: Echlin Ignition Price:$51.49
    Part: MPE IC7SB Product Line: Mileage Plus Electrical Price: $18.29
  • Part: ECH IC10 Product Line: Echlin Ignition Price: $49.99 Each
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  • Part: ECH IC12 Product Line: Echlin Ignition Price: $45.49 Each
    Part: MPE IC12SB Product Line: Mileage Plus Electrical Price: $16.69 Each
  • Part: ECH IC64 Product Line: Echlin Ignition Price: $35.99 Each
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    12 Volt Coils
  • Part: ECH IC14 Product Line: Echlin Ignition Price: $51.49 Each
    Part: MPE IC14SB Product Line: Mileage Plus Electrical Price: $18.69 Each No External Resistor Required.
  • Part: ECH IC21 Product Line: Echlin Ignition Price: $42.99 Each Indicated 12 volts, does not indicate if External Resistor is Required.
    Part: MPE IC21SB Product Line: Mileage Plus Electrical Price: $17.29 Each Indicated 12 volts, does not indicate if External Resistor is Required.
  • Part: ECH IC27 Product Line: Echlin Ignition Price: $54.49 Each Indicated 12 volts, does not indicate if External Resistor is Required.
    Part: MPE IC27SB Product Line: Mileage Plus Electrical Price: $12.79 Each Indicated 12 volts, does not indicate if External Resistor is Required.
  • Part: MPE IC277SB Product Line: Mileage Plus Electrical Price: $13.99 Each No External Resistor Required


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Posted September 08, 2011 - 04:34 AM

Thanks Daniel,that will be a very helpful post.

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Posted August 21, 2012 - 08:03 AM

What is the difference between the $15 coil and the $50 coil. The amount of spark or the life time?

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Posted September 15, 2012 - 04:53 PM

Not real sure but I'd guess that the more expensive coil would have an epoxy fill, It should last better because the vibration wouldn't shake the wires and short them out or break off the wire connectors in the coil if it is epoxied.
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Posted September 15, 2012 - 08:24 PM

What is the difference between the $15 coil and the $50 coil. The amount of spark or the life time?


$35. ?

I'm sure it's supposed to be longevity & spark voltage.
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