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there has never been a comparison, but from my expierience of having both splitfires and RSP coils, i cant say there is any noticable difference, they both hold similar boost on my cars which has been 1.4bar so for me they are no different:naughty:
 

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I have heard nothing but good things about splitfires, I am not familiar with the RSP coilpacks but if you havent heard anything bad about them I would keep the sale local :)
 

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Running both coilpacks and can't say there is any difference between them apart from color and price! Go for the RSP ones.
 

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at least with rsp they are uk based and ready to help if their product is faulty,you dont get that with the splitfires
 

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Lol at the tags..

I prefer splitfires only due to the color....
 

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I know a test is due to be run by a member on:
Yellowjackets
RSP Coils
Splitfires.

Should be interesting results.
 

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i run conceptua coilpacks, haven't had any probs, £290 delivered, can't comment on other makes
 

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You can't go wrong with either! RSP coils live in my 410bhp GTS-T - I have had no problems with both! Do you have the dreaded missfire at 4500-5500rpm?
 

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Sketchy on the bends
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Splutter on idle

You can't go wrong with either! RSP coils live in my 410bhp GTS-T - I have had no problems with both! Do you have the dreaded missfire at 4500-5500rpm?
Actually no, she sounds sweet from 1500 to redline, but splutters a bit on idle. When I last had it checked in Tokyo, the guy at Nissan Blue Stage explained that cylinder 1 wasn't getting enough electricity to fire all the time. He said I'd need to replace all the sparks and wires, so I thought instead maybe coilpacks would be the answer. Sound reasonable?
 

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I know a test is due to be run by a member on:
Yellowjackets
RSP Coils
Splitfires.

Should be interesting results.
will be looking forward to seeing them!
 

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My car is a single with a borg warner turbo 83/75...it used to have a HKS TO4z with .81ar. With the TO4z dyno in japan at 1.2 kg 554ps with the BW hmm dont know 550ps lol. To me spools a lot quicker than the To4z, just my opinion...holds on for WW3.
 

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im looking at fitting the gt3076 to my rb25det and need either splitfire or coilpacks, take it both will do? RSP as they are cheaper
 

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i have RSP coil packs on mine..........as far as i know the RSP ones are very similar to yellow jackets, but i guess they have been tested extensively by Richard before he put the RSP name on it!!
 
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