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Thread: Blaster 2 in 1979 Ford F350 460 CID

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    Default Blaster 2 in 1979 Ford F350 460 CID

    I was sold a Blaster 2 Model 8202 in lieu of standard Ford OEM coil. Do i need to use the coil ballast resistor? I have been told there is a resistor or resistor wire in the original ignition system. Therefore the ballast resistor is not needed. Would there be a problem placing the coil ballast resistor in the system with a resistor in the distributor? Thank you!

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    Mr Robobo
    On your vehicle you shouldn't need an external ballast resistor especially if there is one integrated into the factory harness.

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