VR6 Blaster Ignition Combo (MK3 & 4 12V)

$319.00

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This kit contains all the goods to transform a Mk3 or Mk4 VR6 ignition system. A true high output solution, these bits replace the OEM parts which are a triple threat of unreliable, expensive, and weak in output. Suffer no longer and attain multiple benefits. Those include increased fuel efficiency, sharper throttle response -especially under heavy boost -cleaner idle, faster rev response, and cleaner emissions!

Since significantly more energy is released during each spark event, this allows for a wider plug gap without fear of misfire. Parts priced include custom mounting bracket, MSD "Blaster" Coils, and Genesis 8mm Blaster Plug Cables. Bracket is no longer coated for superior grounding capacity.

Some rewiring of the ignition control module is required to complete the conversion.

Specifications:

Coil Wire Attachment   Male/HEI
Coil Style   Coil pack
Primary Resistance   0.350 ohms
Coil Internal Construction   Epoxy
Coil Color   Red
Maximum Voltage   40,000 V
Turns Ratio   80:1
Secondary Resistance   7.8K ohms
Inductance   4.2 mH

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  • Model: IGTNVR6BLAST
  • Shipping Weight: 8lbs
  • Manufactured by: Genesis

Customer Reviews:


 
by Ainge Parente
Date Added: 01/23/2014
I purchased the Blaster Ignition upgrade for my Mk3 VR6 Jetta and I love it. The result was more power, awesome throttle response, smooth idle and even a couple extra miles per gallon. For fuel efficiency and good power, I'd suggest this as a first mod for any VR6. I was able to set the whole thing up by following the link on the product page. It was pretty straight forward besides a couple small things I did differently. First off, I installed my coil packs with the plug terminals facing the passengers side of the car. It had to be wired backwards from the diagram shown in the forum write up, but with basic wiring understanding (and help from pics from Google), it's actually the easier side. Also, I added a 1 ohm Chrysler two prong ballast resistor. It's simply spliced into the power from the ECM. As for ballast location, the four bolts that came from the original coil pack must be shortened. I left one long enough to bolt the ballast to the the bracket in a safe and neat locati

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]


 





   

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 23 September, 2012.

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