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post #1 of 5 Old 12-06-2006, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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does anybody know what's needed to convert over to 929 coils. Alexa did it on his, but there's a language barrier.

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does anybody know what's needed to convert over to 929 coils. Alexa did it on his, but there's a language barrier.
The only things that Alexa did that most of us mortals can handle is the paint job and decals, everything else is nutso. I guess that means, no, I don't know what's needed.

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Alexa had access to a huge metal fabricating shop and the skilled labour to go with it, if you look close. the only higher brain stuff was the coil swap. i'll figure it out. parlez vou italian?

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Alexa had access to a huge metal fabricating shop and the skilled labour to go with it, if you look close. the only higher brain stuff was the coil swap. i'll figure it out. parlez vou italian?
I guess my point was that it's a whole ton of work. Anybody technically could do anything that Alexa did, but it just wouldn't be worth the time, in my opinion. Out of curiosity, why the coil swap?

PS: sorry, don't speak a lick of Italian

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post #5 of 5 Old 12-09-2006, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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i want to install a HID ballast and control module in where the coils are now. apparently the ballast and ECM don't get along well, there is a connecting cable length issue as well and i want to leave some room out back for my george forman grill. your right about the work and i swear its my last mod.

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