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Old 03-06-2017, 09:27 PM   #1
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Default Ignition system for 85 GSL-SE

I have a quick question, and I'm hoping someone could help me this. I have a 85 GSL-SE with about 78K miles on the 13B engine. I'm on the fence about either physically modifying the original engine or swapping out the engine with 13B-REW power plant. If I keep the original I wanted to change a couple of things like the intake with a Pro-Jay Intake. The other change I wanted to do is replacing the ignition system with a direct ignition system (correct me if I'm wrong). So the system I had in mind was one that has ignition coil on each of the spark plugs, and I believe that the cap and rotor are either removed or replaced. (Can someone inform me of a vendor, and provide me with information about this setup). I would like the communities thoughts and opinions (positive or negative). Thank You
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