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Pertronix 45011 Flame-Thrower II Ignition Coil, 6 Volt, 0.6 Ohm
Pertronix 45011 Flame-Thrower II Ignition Coil, 6 Volt, 0.6 Ohm

Pertronix 45011 Flame-Thrower II Ignition Coil, 6 Volt, 0.6 Ohm

Universal Fit, 6.00" Overall Height, 2.20" Outside Diameter, Socket / Female Cap Terminal Style

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Pertronix 45011 Flame-Thrower II Ignition Coil, 6 Volt, 0.6 Ohm
Pertronix 45011 Flame-Thrower II Ignition Coil, 6 Volt, 0.6 Ohm
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MFG. Part #:
45011
Overall Height:
6.00"
Outside Diameter:
2.20"
Cap Terminal Style:
Socket / Female
Maximum Voltage:
45,000 volts
Resistance:
.60 ohms
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Painted
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Each
GTIN Code:
694342007607

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The hotter the spark, the easier your engine will start, and this 45,000 volt coil is just the ticket to a quick start! Has 0.6 ohms of resistance. Black case for a stock look.

6 volt coils can be used with 6 volt point systems. If used with 12 volt point systems, it should have a 1.00 OHM resistor added.

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0.6 OHM Resistance
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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