Blaster Coils - For MSD Ignitions
Improved output coil for electronic ignitions, Blaster Ignition or MSD 5, 6, and 7 Series (ballast resistor required for points)
Alkyd tower with high dielectric properties is less prone to carbon tracking
100:1 turns ratio and lower primary resistance produce high voltage output
Metal canister is filled with a premium grade oil for cooling
CARB E.O. Approved
MSD Blaster Coils are designed to improve spark output and are made for use with stock coil, Blaster Ignition, MSD 5, 6 or 7 Ignition Control performance upgrades. Special 100:1 windings are used to provide maximum build-up of voltage and are kept cool and securely held in an oil-filled metal canister. The tower assembly is molded of durable alkyd material and wide spaced brass primary terminals prevent the possibility of spark. There are several Blaster Coil styles available, all with the same internal specifications, but with different housings or components.Note: Most late model vehicles with electronic ignitions do not require a ballast resistor, check your ignition and manufacturers specifications to determine if a ballast is needed in your application.
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