MSD 6 HVC Coil
MSD HVC and HVC II Ignition Coils are high voltage/high current performance coils that are designed to run extremely cool with efficient windings that combine high voltage and current for reduced electricity transfer loss, resulting in maximum voltage and energy. These coils are available in your choice of the following styles:Blaster HVC Coil: For use with high rpm, long-duration applications using an MSD 6-Series Ignition. Blaster HVC II Coil: Iron U-Core design produces incredible voltage with lightning quick rise time. For use with MSD 6-Series Ignition Controls. MSD 6 HVC Coil: For professional racing applications using an MSD 6 HVC Ignition. Pro Power HVC Coil: For racing applications using an MSD 7 or 8-Series Ignition Control. Pro Power HVC II Coil: Iron U-Core design produces incredible voltage with lightning quick rise time. For use with MSD 7 or 8-Series Ignition Controls. Note: Not legal for sale or use on pollution-controlled vehicles (121-8253, 121-8250, 121-8251 & 121-8261).
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals so you get all the parts you need. For small or big block Chevy, Coil Kits include a Blaster HVC Coil and JEGS Head Mount Coil Bracket.
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