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Post by Delanor » Wed Dec 05, 2018 4:42 pm

Unless you fabricated an mounting plate and coil bracketry out of Titanium like someone did. :whistle:

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Post by geofftl1000r » Wed Dec 05, 2018 4:44 pm

Thanks all. The car came with the d585 already fitted so I am not sure what has been changed.
I think I'd better get a 'mini map done to be on the safe side.
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Post by Paulie » Wed Dec 05, 2018 8:29 pm

Got my Coils/leads and COFS yesterday. Thanks! I already have a set of new plugs on the shelf..... another thing I need to do is try out my new compression tester, I was thinking why not try a few before and after compression tests just for the hell of it. Whats the hypothesis on my compression resultsi?

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Post by warpc0il » Wed Dec 05, 2018 8:38 pm

Paulie wrote:
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Whats the hypothesis on my compression resultsi?
:-k The square of the hypothesis is equal to.... #-o
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Post by Delanor » Fri Dec 07, 2018 12:28 pm

Has anyone successfully changed Magnecor plug connectors/terminals as I have a set of nearly new leads to fit D585 coils and I have to change the coils to RR MK2 coils so rather than buy another set of Magnecors I might try and change coil caps to suit the new coils.

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Post by PeteH » Fri Dec 07, 2018 2:17 pm

I believe coil and plug caps usually just screw on. Can't be certain though.

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Post by Culdranth » Fri Dec 07, 2018 3:33 pm

Fitted coils today and went for a quick 2 mile drive, too much traffic and raining to test properly but I "feel" a difference already. I was using fake coils previously. Will get a few miles on and do a review on website :)
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Post by Ryan Rotary Performance » Sat Dec 08, 2018 5:25 pm

How the kits looks on bracket with the MSDs, call me biased but that is one great looking kit!
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Post by warpc0il » Sat Dec 08, 2018 6:37 pm

Do you ever get that desire for something to got wrong with your car, just so you can fix it?
My BHR coil kit is still working well after 10 years - so far... ;)
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warpc0il wrote:
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Do you ever get that desire for something to got wrong with your car, just so you can fix it?
My BHR coil kit is still working well after 10 years - so far... ;)

Can't be long now ;)

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Post by Ryan Rotary Performance » Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:27 am

Just a bump guys, would be great to get some more install pics and initial feedback, remember these can also be reviewed on the website now too.

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Post by Culdranth » Tue Dec 11, 2018 11:23 am

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Not had chance to give the car some decent miles yet but ill make sure ill post a review when ready :thumleft:

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Post by Salokin » Tue Dec 11, 2018 8:16 pm

I'll will write up a review once fitted .
Regarding fitting... maybe a silly question, but, can I use the guide on fitting the 585's for fitting these and alter as necessary. I assume there are no huge differences? Thanks

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Salokin wrote:
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I'll will write up a review once fitted Image.
Regarding fitting... maybe a silly question, but, can I use the guide on fitting the 585's for fitting these and alter as necessary. I assume there are no huge differences? Thanks Image

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There's not a huge difference in the fitting/installation of these compared to the D585's, these are easier to install.

there is a You Tube video here of ER fitting the BHR system which you could loosely follow:
I will do my own instructions at some point, but that doesn't help you all now.

Basic steps are:

1. disconnect the Battery
2. Get access by pushing back the air box and disconnecting at the throttle body.
3. Remove old coils by undoing single retaining bolt and unplugging the harness and ignition leads. (may be an idea to label where goes where)
4. install new coils.
5. Reconnect air box and battery.
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Post by AutoGibbon » Wed Dec 12, 2018 1:04 pm

Thanks lots for uploading that diagram! Will come in handy for hooking it up (which I plan to do this weekend, followed by some rigorous brapping for science).
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Post by Ryan Rotary Performance » Wed Dec 12, 2018 1:44 pm

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Thanks lots for uploading that diagram! Will come in handy for hooking it up (which I plan to do this weekend, followed by some rigorous brapping for science).
You need to update your signature: The RRP MKII are ready and available :thumright:
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Post by Salokin » Wed Dec 12, 2018 8:19 pm

Ryan Rotary Performance wrote:
Salokin wrote:
Tue Dec 11, 2018 8:16 pm
I'll will write up a review once fitted Image.
Regarding fitting... maybe a silly question, but, can I use the guide on fitting the 585's for fitting these and alter as necessary. I assume there are no huge differences? Thanks Image

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There's not a huge difference in the fitting/installation of these compared to the D585's, these are easier to install.

there is a You Tube video here of ER fitting the BHR system which you could loosely follow:
I will do my own instructions at some point, but that doesn't help you all now.

Basic steps are:

1. disconnect the Battery
2. Get access by pushing back the air box and disconnecting at the throttle body.
3. Remove old coils by undoing single retaining bolt and unplugging the harness and ignition leads. (may be an idea to label where goes where)
4. install new coils.
5. Reconnect air box and battery.
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This is really helpful thank you Image Image.

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Post by Rostyghost » Fri Dec 14, 2018 5:49 pm

I wonder if these coils have the same properties as D585 ones (like improved bhp, life and fuel economy) or they are just a more reliable alternative to OEM coils?
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Post by Ryan Rotary Performance » Fri Dec 14, 2018 6:17 pm

Rostyghost wrote:
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I wonder if these coils have the same properties as D585 ones (like improved bhp, life and fuel economy) or they are just a more reliable alternative to OEM coils?
At standard dwell they'll out perform almost anything in the market including D585s,

If you read the full thread you'll see thst most D585 coils output 73mj of spark energy (after a remap) these will output 96mj of spark energy at standard dwell.

Guys are even selling D585s and upgrading to these coils, you won't go wrong here mate they are a well thought out system

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Post by PJ_Parsons » Sun Dec 16, 2018 1:46 pm

Got my MKII coils through this week and fitted them, along with the Magnecor leads and standard plugs. The coils were easy to fit by partially removing the air box. It was just a matter of unbolting the old coils and disconnecting the connectors. This is a bit fiddly and not for the ham phisted. The RRP coils fitted easily and the leads went on no problem. Exactly as I hoped. The car started without trouble and I took it for a 30 minute drive. The difference compared to the old ignition system was night and day. The car is much more eager. Of course, this is in part due to the RRP system being new. Even so, for value, ease of fitting, if you looking to replace coils and leads I would buy the RRP system again. We’ll see how the coils last over time but, so far I’m very happy.
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Post by willberry70 » Sun Dec 16, 2018 6:06 pm

Just got my new coils fitted (mostly thanks to Rob, and it was pretty fiddly}, and they're amazing!
Rock solid robustness, starts in under 1s rather than the asmatic 3-4 I had, and seeing a 2mpg improvement. Haven't been able to try the 0-60 time yet but it feels more eager low down and high up, so we'll see 😁
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Post by SeeJay » Sun Dec 16, 2018 7:58 pm

Looking at these on Ryan's website,and it says R3's need to have a bit chopped off in order to fit.. so not a direct bolt-on replacement,then :scratch:
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Post by Ryan Rotary Performance » Sun Dec 16, 2018 8:52 pm

SeeJay wrote:
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Looking at these on Ryan's website,and it says R3's need to have a bit chopped off in order to fit.. so not a direct bolt-on replacement,then :scratch:
Its just two spigots on the bracket, literally 5mins with a dremel. But point taken
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Post by SeeJay » Sun Dec 16, 2018 9:08 pm

Seriously considering treating the R3 to a set of these in the new year..would you be willing to throw in one of those brackets as part of the deal :?:
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