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Aem Coil-on-plug (cop) Conversion Kit - B-series Honda Engines 30-2860 on 2040-parts.com

US $801.19
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Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:AEM Manufacturer Part Number:30-2860

 

AEM Coil-On-Plug (COP) Conversion Kit - B-Series Honda Engines

AEM-30-2860


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AEM’s B-Series Coil-On-Plug (COP) Conversion Kit eliminates both the known performance issues common to the B-series engine’s factory igniter and the need to replace your aging cap/rotor/wire assembly. It delivers outstanding coil-on-plug performance for stock to moderately modified engines at an affordable price because you do not need to add a capacitive discharge ignition module to make this conversion. It is ideal for use with a stand alone programmable engine management system which allows for individual ignition trim tuning.

AEM’s Coil-On-Plug (COP) B-series Conversion Kit is the perfect ignition upgrade for naturally-aspirated or boosted B-Series engines that do not exceed 15 PSI of boost. Iit does not require a CDI module for low-boost forced induction race vehicles (up to 15 PSI). It eliminates both the known performance issues common to the B-series engine’s factory igniter and the need to replace your aging cap/rotor/wire assembly, which are prone to energy losses as they deteriorate. The included igniter has been tested under the most rigorous conditions we could conceive and is virtually ‘bulletproof.’

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