This is why the Dynatek misses
Been talking to MSD about getting a coil from them to sell instead of the Dynatek. Kinda like someone said, no need in giving them more money.
At his request I took some ohm readings on coils. I only have a 09 now but measured the coils and got a resistance reading of about 2ohms.
Had a Rhino coil from Dynatek and it states .5ohm but it was .9ohm.
So I asked why would it miss. His answer was, the coil driver in the ignition was not strong enough for the stock coil and would be for their coil which has much less resistance. This it can't charge up the coil high enough or quick enough.
I said, shouldn't they have checked that? He said yes but they may have had a Teryx they tested on with a coil with less resistance.
I want to get a coil from MSD to fix this and be less money than the Dyna.
I need help though since I sold my 08.
Someone take a multi-meter and measure the voltage on the two connectors on the coil when you turn the key on but don't start it, just turn key on.
If it measures no voltage then it is a true CDI, if it does measure 12v it is a inductive style. Each one would get a different coil, actually one for a inductive works on both and one for a CDI won't work on a inductive or the other way around.
Please let me know.