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1996 Mustang coil packs - How do I convert coil packs to the coil on plug?

First off, I am now the proud owner of a Vortech V-2 Supercharger. Do any of you guys know approximately how much boost they will produce?

However, I have a problem. My Mark viii motor has coil on plug and my 96 GT has coil packs. How do I convert the coil packs to the coil on plug?

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I would go the other way, convert the engine to the 2 coil setup, and save yourself a lot of wiring headaches. Then you can use your wiring harness, and just lengthen whatever wiring you need to, and get a tune for the 4V engine.

There's a lot of wiring and ECU work involved to swapping to coil on plug, and it's easier just to stick with what you've got.


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