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Anyone know if a different year coil would work on my 04? Or are they all pretty specific?
 
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Anyone know if a different year coil would work on my 04? Or are they all pretty specific?

04 and up are single fire correct? As long as itís single fire it should work just fine. Stock or aftermarket. 03 later is dual fire.
 
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yeah iím pretty sure an 04 is single fire. so a coil from a newer sporty would work, correct?
 
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04 is a single fire coil. Running Dynatek coil on my Wife's 04 1200 Custom.
 
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04 is a single fire coil. Running Dynatek coil on my Wife's 04 1200 Custom.
cool i might buy a newer year coil so i can mount it more easily on the side of the cylinders. thanks for the help guys
 
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I feel bad for my hot street 1992 xl running the stock 1992 coil lmao 😂
 
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I feel bad for my hot street 1992 xl running the stock 1992 coil lmao 😂
suppose there's no need if it's working right?
 
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Anyone know if a different year coil would work on my 04? Or are they all pretty specific?

I have looked into this in depth. An 07 and up coil will not work on earlier model years. Wish they could, they 07-up coils look much nicer.
 
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I have looked into this in depth. An 07 and up coil will not work on earlier model years. Wish they could, they 07-up coils look much nicer.
ah bummer! well, thanks for the info. is it because of how the coil interfaces with the ICM/ECU?
 
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I have looked into this in depth. An 07 and up coil will not work on earlier model years. Wish they could, they 07-up coils look much nicer.
thanks for the info Kevin, I did not know that.
 

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