MSD BLASTER HVC COIL -- 0.2 ohms primary, 1.38k ohms secondary, 42,000 Max voltage, 7 mH inductance, 100:1 Ratio, 300 mA Peak current, 200 us Spark duration; Includes blaster hvc coil, 4 vibration mounts, 2-pin weathertight connector and harness, 2-pin weathertight connector assemblies, 2 rings lug terminals, 2 nuts and washers, 2 spade connectors, 4 in. black wire, 2 45 degrees blade terminal and 2 star washers; Tested with an MSD 6al at the plug gap; Designed to produce maximum power with an MSD 6 series ignition control; With MSD limited warranty.
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Question and Answer
Will this fit my 2010 LT Tahoe ?Ben R.Mar 28, 2021
Best Answer:Hi Ben,
I'm glad to help you out. This is a universal type of ignition coil for custom applications(hot rods, custom built engines/cars..etc), not a direct fit vehicle specific part. The direct fit part for your vehicle is with part number RC50460007. Please click the link below to see it.
<a href="https://www.carparts.com/ignition-coil/drivewire/rc50460007?&vehicle[cylinders]=8&vehicle[liter]=5%2E3&vehicle[submodel]=LT&vehicle[model]=Tahoe&vehicle[make]=Chevrolet&vehicle[year]=2010" target="_blank">https://www.carparts.com/ignition-coil/drivewire/rc50460007?&vehicle[cylinders]=8&vehicle[liter]=5%2E3&vehicle[submodel]=LT&vehicle[model]=Tahoe&vehicle[make]=Chevrolet&vehicle[year]=2010</a>
I hope this helps. Happy shopping.
Jeonino E.STAFFMar 28, 2021
How will this high voltage coil change my Honda's performance level?Brit H.Dec 22, 2020
Best Answer:Hi Brit,
A high performance ignition coil helps engine performance four important ways. First, the higher voltage allows for a larger spark plug gap, which results in a more robust initial flame kernal at the start of combustion. The result is a real-world engine torque increase.
Second, having more voltage on tap means the voltage required to bridge the spark plug gap gets there faster, leaving less time for voltage diversion through the spark plug’s inevitable carbon deposits. Third, the higher voltage potential creates a stronger “push” on the electrical stream to the plug, resulting in increased electrical current, i.e. more energy, more snap. Fourth, with more voltage available, there is more in reserve for non-standard situations such as two-up riding while going uphill on poor fuel on a hot day with too low tire pressures and a 20 mph headwind(excerpt).
Jeonino E.STAFFDec 22, 2020
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