COP Tester

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  1. naughtika

    naughtika OzVR4 Stalker Moderator Trader

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    Hi all, I've been asked this a few times already and I can't remember if i have given this information on how to troubleshoot this quickly.

    this is what i use

    Waekon COP Tester.jpg
    and you can get it from ebay and this is one of the example. There are also cheape ones out there, but im not sure on their quality. They also have one for Injectors.

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/EQP-016-IGNITION-QUICK-PROBE-WAEKON-COIL-OVER-PLUG-KV-AND-ARC-TESTER-/121127134353?hash=item1c33bd6491:g:VgwAAOxyo4lRmGTM

    and this is how to use it

     
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    Kaldek 2 AYC Bars Premium Member

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    These are cool, great for detecting misfires (on idle at least). What's the price like? Ten years ago these were exxy.
     
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    naughtika OzVR4 Stalker Moderator Trader

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    there's that brand waekon hickok which is about $150+ then there's those replicas that are about $90

    i guess it's up to you on how much you want to spend
     

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