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Old 02-12-2015, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Boyd Birchler View Post
I suspect the ignition wire on cylinder #4 caused the failure or perhaps the wire that proceeded it. The wire was obviously replaced with a standard automotive suppression, soft conductor wire. All other wires were the original Taylor spiro wires that, while also suppress ignition noise, have only 1/10th the resistance of normal suppression wires. This could be a co-incidence or a cause, I do not have enough information to make a good conclusion.
If your fix proves problematic, I have an older (2002-ish) coil pack with ~100 hours on it in some dark corner of my hangar.

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