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http://www.aempower.com/rsx/

click on dyno and then click on picture 9.

This is the first time ive seen this for a K20A. Are there any benefits to running that coilpack? I notice lots of B-series guys like to add uprated coilpacks(mainly MSDs), but you guys think itll gain some power/response on a K20A?

Key Features:
- A complete Capacitive Discharge Ignition System conversion in one unit!
- Switch-controlled rev limiter (0-24,700 RPM with 100
RPM resolution)
- Built-in 2-Step rev limiter (50 RPM resolution)
- Switch-controlled ignition retard up to 63 degrees retard!
- Multi-strike capability, which can be disabled for
accurate verification of engine timing
- Coils feature .3 ohms primary resistance, 6k ohms
secondary resistance and 3.4mH inductance
- Low current draw (Two-Channel requires 4.0 amps at
7,000 RPM)
- 189 mJ primary spark energy/54,000 volts of spark plug
voltage
 

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I dont think the factory K series coil packs need to be changed for most applications.Theyre already a big improvement over the B series ignition system,and that seems to work out well for all motor cars.High boost applications could benefit from these coils though.
 

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I would stick with honda stuff, Honda knows what they are doing when the build a motor. They pretty much expect them to be built, STOCK honda fuel system is fine and dosent need upgrading other than a fuel pump and injectors, no fuel rails or larger lines are needed unless your making 2000whp, lol. On the B series the stock plug wire were about the best thing you could run, they have a VERY consistant and powerful spark. A buddy of mine that has a 447whp coupe USED to run $250 spoon wires until they messed up and grounded out cylinder 1, he replaced them back with the factory and it runs great. Stuff like that is just for people who want it just for the hell of it, its like building a street boosted motor and buying a new throttle body or something, its realy pointless.
 
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