This listing is for a set of 6 BA Falcon ignition coils (these are also the coils for the FG E-gas Ford Falcon engine) Partnered with a set of six BRISK Platin-yttrium DR17YPP spark plugs.
EVERYONE HAS HAD TROUBLE WITH E-GAS CONVERSIONS OR DEDICATED E-GAS FORD FALCON ENGINES
There are several problems that can contribute when you try for the ultimate performance in any engine. In any Falcon converted to Gas and Dedicated version you have probably had them and don’t really know what is going on. Your mechanic has probably tried explained the problem, but what can you do about it.
So what is the problem everyone asks and the short version is: Increased cylinder pressure that you will encounter in performance engines and particularly the XR6T and E-gas engines, can cause the suppression of spark energy which in turn will increase the current flow to the secondary side of the coil.
Plain English. It’s like blowing the spark out. It causes an open circuit condition and the coil stops firing. This is what happens with most coils even the genuine coil, they are running at 20,000kv and this not enough spark for a performance engine. But the manufacturer built it like that you say! Of course, they did but now ask why so many people are having trouble with these cars.
If you’re an E-Gas owner you may have already struck this problem. The most popular way to fix it is to reduce the spark gap so that the spark doesn’t have as far to jump. This is the usual remedy used to make your E-Gas burning engines run better with less backfires. This does work, but reducing the plug gap also reduces the current required to fire the plug, and in turn reduces the intensity of the spark thus in turn robbing the engine of most of its potential. This is where you need your mechanic to help you work out the plug and the gap scenario that you need. Or you can install Drifter coils with a set of Brisk LPG plugs.