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MSD Blaster Coil On Plug Set (05-10 GT)

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  • More Horsepower
  • Better Fuel Economy
  • Direct Bolt-On
  • Kit Includes (8) Coil Packs
  • Designed for 05-10 SOHC Three Valve GT's

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Review & Install Video

Hey guys, Stephanie with, here with the MSD Blaster Coil-On Plug set for all 2005 to 2010 GT Mustangs. The MSD Blaster Coil-On Plug set is going to be a good option for those three-valve owners out there that are looking to add a little bit of a stronger spark to tie together and make the most of some existing bolt-on mods, and improve fuel economy as well. Upgrading your coil-on plug setup is going to give you a hotter spark which is going to have some performance and fuel economy benefits. Even if you aren't necessarily specifically looking for a hotter spark, if you're looking for a coil-on plug kit, you're looking for a stronger spark or you're just looking to replace some worn-out coils. At the end of the day a hotter spark is a stronger spark, and this has a lot to do with the voltage of the coil-on plug setup. The performance gains of an aftermarket coil-on plug kit, like the MSD here, are derived from the coil utilizing the hotter spark to create a more complete combustion of the gases in the chamber. The MSD coils are able to do this through a longer than factory firing time. The longer firing time is possible through the higher voltage that the coils have. Aftermarket coil-on plug kits have a stronger voltage than the factory components, which is where the improvement over factory is going to come from. The higher voltage allows for a longer firing time because the higher voltage has the ability to allow the spark plug to jump a larger gap. Even a lightly modified or completely stock Mustang can benefit from upgrading to a higher output ignition coils, and this all comes back to the difference in voltage output between the MSD coils and the factory coils that I just explained. Ultimately, if you want a hotter spark, then upgrading your coil-on plug setup is one of the best ways to go. So creating more complete combustion creates some benefits like increased fuel economy, improved idle quality, better throttle response, and even a touch more power since the air and fuel are blending more completely and releasing all of the potential energy. One of the main things that you can expect is better acceleration with this coil-on plug set. It's not going to be a huge difference, but a noticeable one for sure. I wouldn't say this is a mod that you do to gain more power, but one that you do to allow more power and have a cleaner burning setup. This isn't like changing a pulley setup on a blown car, but it's more of a bolt-on that will give you better driveability. Another thing to keep in mind, even though it is a secondary thought, but these are going to be noticeable under the hood. They're the iconic MSD bright red and they give an aftermarket look to the engine. But if you hate the red and aren't really a stickler for brand, there are a ton of coil-on plug options out there. And yes, there are different colors as well and, of course, different price ranges. And speaking of price, the Blaster Coil-On Plug Set is going to cost just under $250. This is less than some other options out there, but it's not the least expensive set out there either. So if you're looking to spend a little less, you can check out some of those other options. The install here is not difficult at all. It's a one-wrench install that you take about a half hour to complete. You're going to want to disconnect your battery and have some dielectric grease as well, but the actual install is as simple as disconnecting the coil connector, removing the coil retaining bolt, and pulling the coil out for each cylinder. The new MSD coils install the same way over the spark plug; the boot slides over the plug and fits right into place. The retaining bolt goes back in, and you plug in the connector. One thing to consider is changing your spark plug's wire in the area. It may lengthen the install time, but it's only going to help things. So wrapping things up here, the MSD Blaster Coil-on Plug set is a fast and easily installed way to gain some performance benefits from a hotter spark. You're going to expect some improvements in driveability, acceleration, and fuel economy as well. The work, if you need to do some maintenance and replace your coils or if you're looking to upgrade your ignition system to help support some other mods, you can check them out some more online, right here at

More Horsepower. The MSD Blaster Coil On Plugs make more power than the wimpy stock oem factory coils to help produce more horsepower from your modern SOHC modular motor and are a perfect match for stock engines and engines with minor performance upgrades.

Better Fuel Economy. The MSD Blaster Coil On Plugs produce a hotter spark that burns fuel more completely releasing all its potential energy translating into better fuel economy and more power.

Application. These MSD three valve Blaster Coil On Plugs are designed as a direct performance replacement for the 2005 to 2010 SOHC GT Mustangs.

Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Details

What's in the Box
  • (8) Coil Packs
Installation Info
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Bullitt - 08, 09
  • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10

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MSD blaster coils

One of the best improvements I've made. A least a 10hp increase and the response is noticed at once. Easy install. Looks great. Well worth the money. I added E-3 spark plugs couldn't be happier.

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Very Pleased

Just installed a set of these MSD COPs on my 2005 TVS supercharged stage 1 Roush. Along with them I also installed a set of Ford Racing 0 degree plugs. All I can say is wow. I can really tell a difference ...

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Overall Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars
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With a hotter spark would it be better to have a cooler plug than stock?


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  • When describing spark as hotter, it is referring to the voltage. A colder plug is referring to its heat range, which is essentially the heat range it works best at. These two would not be related so there is no need for a colder plug. the general rule of thumb is to go 1 heat range colder for every 75-100hp added.

    Rob D

Do these require a tune? Just wondering if these coils require a tune or if I can run the stock tune with no problem I have a couple minor upgrades, I have a CAI and a Cat-Back


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  • I have no tune on my GT at this point and it runs great with these Coils.


Will the OEM sparkplugs work with these? the OEM plugs say they fit with the black boot coil but I am unsure if there will be any issues with using these with them.


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  • Unless otherwise stated at the product site, the MSD Blaster Coil Plug set should work with OEM Spark Plugs. Most new cars plugs are designed to last for much longer intervals (100,000 miles ?) than plugs used to (I changed plugs every 3,000 miles in the 60's, 70', and 80's). Me personally though, if I were to purchase a Coil Blaster set I would get a good set of wires and Platinum Spark Plugs with Iridium centers. If your concern is the boot, all spark plugs have the same size heads (standardization). And when all else fails, American Muscle is good about returns...check their policy before ordering. I hope this response was helpful...if so...please checkk helpful below. Thanks.


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MSD Blaster Coil On Plug for 05 gt mustang, what is the voltage output of the coils?


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  • These should be 100k+ volts on the secondary side.


Okay, I bought these and installed them on my stock mustang GT 2006. Is there a certain way these need to be installed as in certain order? Installed these with the original Motorcraft and my car is misfiring.


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  • Hello! There's no specific order that these need to be installed. We recommend taking your car to a mechanic to diagnose the issue. If they determine that there is a defect with the coil on plugs, give us a call at 1-877-574-0821


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I have a 2010 Mustang Gt with FRP Hot Rod Cams, FRP Intake Manifold, CAI, etc... so obviously no forced induction. So would these coil packs still be a good match for my car?


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  • This coil on plug set is going to be a direct replacement to stock. You will be fine using these on your car.


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Overall Rating 4.9

out of 5 stars

Installation Time:Less than 1 Hour

  • Performance Gain 4.428571 4.4
  • Fit 4.935484 4.9

  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    June 03, 2013

    Very Pleased

    Just installed a set of these MSD COPs on my 2005 TVS supercharged stage 1 Roush. Along with them I also installed a set of Ford Racing 0 degree plugs. All I can say is wow. I can really tell a difference on how the car pulls in the upper rpm range. Idles smooth. I'm very pleased with these coils and would recommend them. 512 RWHP / 488 tq


    Year: 2005 Submodel: GT Birmingham, AL

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    March 06, 2013

    MSD blaster coils

    One of the best improvements I've made. A least a 10hp increase and the response is noticed at once. Easy install. Looks great. Well worth the money. I added E-3 spark plugs couldn't be happier.


    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT Granby,mo

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    July 25, 2012

    Worth the Price!

    After buying an inferior brand and experiencing problems I realized these where worth the extra money. They made throttle responses more crisp and added to responsiveness overall. They aren't going to make your car feel totally different but for me supercharged application it was worth it.


    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT PA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    April 18, 2012

    A Good Coil At Last

    I have a 2008 Mustang GT with a lot of upgrades like cams, headers, etc. When the cams went in I went with the Granatelli Motorsports Pro Coils based on the reviews I read. Well, they were a problem from the get go. The electrical connections were not in the same position as stock and stressed the wires, one of the coils was broken by the cam installer as he snapped the electrical connection. Anyway, the car was running really rough, but I attributed it wrongly at the time to the cams being so radical. I then put the stock coils in but battled with a check engine light coming one about every two weeks. To make a long and painful story short, I pulled a set of Champion Platinum Plugs out and went with the Ford Racing Plugs one step colder, and with the MSD Coils. The MSD Coils are so much better than the GM Coils as the location of the electrical connection is close to stock, and the coil connections are better with the flexible similar to stock spring. The car now runs better and has ceased throwing the Check Engine Light with different codes all the time. American Muscle was great as they helped me to track down my problem and were more than prompt in getting me the coils the next day when I ordered them. American Muscle is a great company to deal with from both a sales and service aspect. Plus the MSD Coils are great and look good, as well as putting out the extra spark I needed for my increased HP. I did not pick up any MPG but that is probably due to my putting in larger injectors. Bottom line, if you are looking to upgrade your stock ignition go with the MSD and don't be afraid to talk to the sales and tech personnel at American Muscle as they are great people to deal with.


    Year: 2008 Submodel: GT Toms River, NJ

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  • 5/5

    February 05, 2010


    I put these on last night along with a new set of spark plugs! i can really tell a difference. A must for a 3V mustang!!!!!!!


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  • 5/5

    April 02, 2011

    They actually give u HP!!!

    I got these and put them on my 2010 mustang gt. I went from 305 RWHP to 316RWHP!!! And i was having intermitten mis fires and it totally fixed that problem. I recomend a tune because u will get more hP because of the higher spark u can add more fuel to be burned and that means more HP

    Cameron Garrett

    Year: 2010 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    February 18, 2012

    Easy quick install!

    The install was very easy and quick, with just a touch of dielectric grease. They look good under the hood. Took me around 40 minutes counting loading the new tune. I went from 349rwhp to 361 rwhp! So not bad still a little pricey for 12 hp but all the boltons for the s197 are! I have a few other mods including a frpp intake manifold, full exhaust including long tubes, cai, frpp Throttle bodie, and hot rod cams.


    Year: 2010 Submodel: GT Weaverville, NC

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    April 07, 2012

    smooth ride

    i really just got these to get them but im very happy i did though because they really make the car feel better when racing or just driving in general. you can literally feel the extra spark when shes going. dont buy into the ''oh i gained 20 horses'' alot of people say, they probably had bad plugs. my s197 is still factory freah with 20k miles and i didn't notice but maybe 3 extra horses but the ride quality was worth every penny.


    Year: 2008 Submodel: GT Phoenix, AZ, USA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    January 20, 2012

    Easy install and great improvement.

    The installation was very simple and the results were great. My old plugs were starting to tire out so I figured I would give these a shot. I doubt I gained any horsepower but the throttle response is a little better, runs a little smoother and just feels like I set the clock back on the engine. I also gained back some MPG. My average range per tank was 270 miles and jumped to 310 (which is about what I got when it was brand new) after install. So overall not a bad little upgrade.


    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT Exton, PA

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  • 5/5

    March 31, 2010

    Feel the power :D

    Installed them in about an hour as I replaced the plugs as well. Took me about an hour as I had to replaced the plugs as well. Great addition to my 2010 Mustang GT. I could tell a difference. Well worth the money :)

    Mike Starling

    Year: 2010 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    May 22, 2016

    Excellent coils! Runs like new

    So my 05 GT really started to become an animal to drive (60,000 miles) especially at low speeds. It started shortly after getting frpp cams so I figured the bucking and jumping was a result of the cams. Well it got alot worse and the motor was just hesitating and was not happy unluss it was above 2,000 rpm. After some research, sounded like maybe the ignition system needed a looking at. I read alot of reviews on these coils and didnt really buy into the whole "it drives like new" and "totally different car"... Well its true, these totally fixed my problem. So engine is running so much better and i can now drive it in parking lots without having to tame her down with clutch work. It really does feel like new again! These coils are awesome, wish i had changed them out long ago. If your getting around the 50k-60k or higher mileage and you are still running the stock coils, swap them out immediately you will not regret it!


    Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    January 14, 2016

    Good product

    I installed these last week without installing any other bolt ons. I noticed a marginal increase in throttle response, but will not that I gained X amount of HP because that can't be substantiated without a dyno pull. Over all these are a great upgrade to the stock coils and are far more esthetically pleasing.


    Year: 2005 Submodel: GT San Jose, CA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    November 07, 2015

    MSD Coil Paks

    Just installed new MSD coils, noticed a difference right away on startup, a noticeable improvement all thru the power band. Smoother and a quicker response. I believe a good buy for the cost


    Year: 2008 Submodel: Other Covington, Wa

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    August 24, 2015

    Great Product

    Great bang for the buck. No, you won't get mind-blowing horsepower from this, but you can feel the response on throttle is a little crisper and quicker. These coils look great under the hood as well. Thanks.


    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT VANDERBILT, TX

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    July 09, 2015

    Great price, great performance.

    These coils offer excellent performance for a great price. Installation only took 40 minutes. It would have been even less time, but I went slowly as I had never changed coils before. Make sure to use dielectric grease (I used two small packs from Advance for $3) and if your engine hasn't been cleaned lately, make sure no debris falls into the opening for the spark plug and coil. Installation was quick and easy and I gained a small amount of power and fuel economy as well. These are definitely the coils to get!


    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    July 08, 2015

    Non-OEM COPS that work!

    This is the 4th type of COP I’ve used on my 2007 GT in 8 years. The most noticeable aspect of upgrading the COPS is that the vehicle will turnover faster and easier than with the OEM COPS when starting up. Around late 2008 I bought a set of Granatelli Hot Street COPS which worked fairly well for about a year or just beyond the warranty period when they started to die so I eventually switched back to the OEM COPS. Last year I saw that another retailer was marketing their own branded COPS at a very tempting price so I bought a set and it was a real disaster. Two were bad in the first shipment, so I sent them back for replacement and bought an extra one as back up. I ended up with a working set for about one month then they started dying and I replaced them with the OEMs. I started notice that the car was seemed to take longer turning over at start, and the sound of the exhaust was starting to change a bit, and the response of the engine to the pedal seemed to be a tad bit slower even though there were no codes popping up. When a COP fails you immediately get different sounding exhaust so I decided I better replace the now quite old OEM COPs. MSD has an excellent reputation and I noticed that the price has dropped quite a bit on the Blaster Coils so I took the plunge. Immediately after installing them the car was performing like new with better starting characteristics. I have only had them on for a couple of weeks so I don’t know how long they will last but I would definitely recommend them because of MSD’s reputation.


    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT Huntington Beach, CA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    July 08, 2015

    Great kit.

    My factory ignition system was on its last leg. Misfires, almost stalling, low mpg, you name it. I paired these coils with the NGK iridium ix plugs and holy mess what a difference. Throttle response is so much better, it's not a huge power gain, but it's enough to feel on the butt dyno, and the install is very simple and quick. Also now I'm seeing up to 28mpg on country highways (55mph) and averaging 23 in town.


    Year: 2009 Submodel: GT Eufaula, AL

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  • 4/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    March 08, 2013

    MSD Coils

    Well at first off I'd like to thank AM for the great customer service. I bought these coils because I was having bad coil problems. After I got the MSD shipment I installed them, but my car was running very rough still. Desperate and needing a car to drive I had to take it to my dealer where upon testing I found out I recieved 4 bad MSD coils. After $550 worth of repairs I called AM and got an exchange for more MSD coils, that shipment had 3 bad coils in it also. I'm just glad I had enough good coil packs to finally get my car running right again. I wish the coil packs would be tested prior to shipping them out because there should be no excuse for 7 bad coil packs in 2 shipments. I hope any further products I buy here aren't bad. Overall the "Good" MSD coils are great. There is a slight noticable difference in HP as well as quicker revs.


    Year: 2007 Submodel: GT Ashville, AL, USA

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

    April 10, 2012

    Worth it

    I had a stutter at high RPM on my 08 GT, did a tune up with these COP and a new set of Motor Craft plugs. What a difference these made. My car feels like a brand new car. Definitely would recommend when doing a tune up or even just looking for a quick way to add some HP.


    Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    Installation Time: Afternoon

    December 08, 2011


    I purchased this set of MSD blaster coil on plugs from American Muscle and as usual got outstanding service regarding this transaction. These MSD Blaster cop's are installed on my 2006 Roushcharged Mustang GT. I am running 9.5 psi boost. The installation was straight forward and easy, but I had a little extra work to do regarding the air intake on the Roushcharger. All went well. My Stang now starts easier and CURED once and for all, spark blowout regarding forced induction at high R.P.M. I would definitely recommend these MSD blaster cop's to anyone.Wonderful, quality product and easy installation.


    Year: 2006 Submodel: GT Jacksonville Florida

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