i would be suprised if that help.PeakMR2 said:I was thinking about putting those heat sync cooling units they use on computers ontop of each COP. I got the coils for $100, so I figure they are worth a try.
Thanks for the quick reply guys.
You have to get plugs where the little connector on top of the plug can be unscrewed, leaving just a threaded shaft. The NGK iridiums do this, i.e. IK22.PeakMR2 said:The COP does not seem to push right onto the stock plugs. Did you guys use any custom spark plug or modify the coil at all ?
the 3sgte COPs are inductive coils, while the R6 are designed to ONLY be step up transformers for CD ignition. two completely different designs.rickyB said:The COPs on the latest 3SGTEs out of Japan look much beefier than R6 coils and have fairly large heat sinks on top to radiate heat. Of course, even these are going to have limitations as the ambient temperatures that the heat sinks work in are still high. Perhaps future high-power designs will incorporate thermocouple or liquid based cooling systems.
scarecrowX said:i remember reading about the R6 coils nuking several types of ignition boxes. i think part of the issue with the cheaper boxes is they can't drive super low impedance coils like the R6. it may be necessary to use a ballast resistor or the CBR coils that have around 1ohm resistance..
the 3sgte COPs are inductive coils, while the R6 are designed to ONLY be step up transformers for CD ignition. two completely different designs.