Re: coil is bad, does a high performance coil help?
My name isn't "Milty, it is Milton.
As far as you being a knowledgeable person, I have no opinion, as I do not know you. I do know Dave, and have been present when testing was done, so, that IS what I believe, exactly what I saw.
"So please stop saying i speculate because thats not true at all which is to me is calling me a bull****ter and or lier and i dont work that way at all and take very big offence of you even going there with your responce. Its not right at all for you to do that & you need to stop the bull****". Well, I don't see anyone but YOU calling yourslf one of those, I didn't say a word about you.
If you are so insecutre you have to be the self proclaijmed guru on everything, so be it, but, I only posted a reply by someone I know to be a knowledgeable person in this field, that responded to an e/mail I sent in enquiry to this topic, nothing more.
YOU are the one that created, and is continuing the problems in this matter, not me, not Dave.
As far as I am concerned, I really don't care about all this, I know better than to believe a coil, ANY coil, can make more volts from one to another, when there aren't the "drivers" (as Dave calls them) behind that coil setup.
You please believe what you do, and allow me to believe what I do, because I have proved it to myself, via a very saavy IgnitionMan.
And, if I remember correctly from many years past, PerTronix coil boxes came with the words "40,000 VOLTS", then, just below that, this, the word (AVAILABLE). That doesn't mean the coil makes 40,000 volts, most don't, UNLESS the drivers in the system are there to force the coil to do so.
I'm done with this.
Milton, NOT "MILTY".