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FS: IS20, RS3 Coils, CTS Turbo inlet pipe

AJ2202

Ready to race!
Location
Puerto Rico
Recently went from Stage 1 to Stage 3 IS38.
Running stage 1 was about 20,000 miles.
IS20 (SOLD)
RS3 Ignition coils less than 10k miles installed $75 shipped
CTS Turbo inlet pipe (SOLD)

Someone interested send me PM
Thanks
 

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patarjR91

New member
Location
NY
Car(s)
17 Golf R (6MT)
What coils did you upgrade to?
 

patarjR91

New member
Location
NY
Car(s)
17 Golf R (6MT)
Thanks for the reply, appreciate the honest feedback on the APR coils. Did you feel a difference from the stock coils to the RS3/APR ones?

I don't have any misfires so I don't have an outright need to upgrade, unless there is some tangible improvement to be had.
 

AJ2202

Ready to race!
Location
Puerto Rico
I really don’t feel anything different. I don’t know if it because i always match it with the same spark plugs the RS7 one step colder. But overall great Coils. At stage 3 still the engine running smooth. “Knocking wood”..

i really don’t have the need to buy the APR’s ones, is that i’m the type of person i want to prove it myself and review it when it comes to install parts on my Mk7. But now i know that the RS3 it just completely the same coils. In just my humble opinion.
 
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