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    Better coils more fuel ?? Anyone seen these yet?


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    I've heard of them used on other cars - they are very expensive. A lot of highly tuned cars use them - other than this don't know much about them.

    I am more than sure someone else on this forum has though. <g>

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    rip off.
    E92 Bren Tune / E90 PTF Tune / E91 Stockish and slow AF

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    Dzenno runs these.
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    A few people have them... I put it in the same category as the NGK plugs, if you're heavily modded (RB/VTT Turbos, Single Turbos, etc), they're def more appropriate then the OEM spec parts.

    Have to remember, a lot of us are pushing an additional ~150 WHP and still utilizing the OEM ignition components
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    One step colder on plugs I can get for guys north of say 450 wheel…but I just couldn’t bring myself to spend $1,000 on ignition coils. Some run them for sure though.
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    It says they are currently unavailable
    2009 335i coupe back to stock...for now

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    They're good quality but unnecessary. The N54 really likes the factory ignition components.
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    Yeah, the price is TOO high Click here to enlarge

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    1k + for coils. There are over 1000 other things I can do with that money to aid my car probably better than that lol. Some new spark plugs, oem coils, valve cleaning, meth install, etc... That's the last thing I'd do when and If I'd need it. Is @Terry@BMS running these or is Vargas running these?
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    Total ripoff.

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    I have them. Since putting them on never changed a single coil. Power wise I'd say stock coils do fine but are probably susceptible to more frequent failure given how often oem coils typically go. I didn't notice any fuel consumption improvements with them but I don't drive on a stock tune or OEM plugs.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno@PTF Click here to enlarge
    I have them. Since putting them on never changed a single coil. Power wise I'd say stock coils do fine but are probably susceptible to more frequent failure given how often oem coils typically go.
    At that price, I would expect them to hold for a lifetime LOL
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    Click here to enlarge yea, i know but many have changed oem coils, often, especially when heavily tuned
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    Don't create a thread with just a link, include some details.

    Annoying...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Don't create a thread with just a link, include some details.

    Annoying...
    the details inside the link Click here to enlarge

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    Yes and I prefer details in the post.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Yes and I prefer details in the post.
    It was 3 AM when I posted it Click here to enlarge Couldn't think anymore Click here to enlarge.. I will in future posts

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