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MSD Blaster Coil Packs; Red (06-23 V8 HEMI Charger)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: The MSD Blaster Coil Packs that we have here today will be for the 2006 and newer Hemi owners who might be looking to replace a faulty set of stockers with something that's gonna produce a much hotter spark over your factory coils and something from one of the most trusted names in aftermarket ignition. Now, the MSD options will come in a set of eight. They will feature that signature red finish all for right around that mid to high-$500 price point. Now, so I'm actually gonna call this one a pretty solid 1 out of 3 wrenches on the difficulty meter, definitely not a difficult job, give it about 20 minutes or so to complete from start to finish, and you should be good to go. But as always guys, hang with me for a little bit, we'll walk you through that job later in the video.So, one thing I do wanna say before going any further with this video is that moving into an aftermarket coil such as the MSD Blaster traditionally isn't going to yield any massive power gains simply by themselves. Now, if they do, well, that's probably because the factory coils you are replacing were toast and just not allowing your Hemi to perform at peak levels. Now, that's not to say there isn't any performance benefits from installing something like this. But at the same time, I don't wanna stand up here and tell you guys that you're gonna pick up 20 to 30 wheel horsepower, simply by swapping over to an MSD coil because just frankly, is not going to be the case.Now, what the MSD coils will do is help smooth out the idle along with your revs barring a good set of spark plugs of course, and will also help clear up any high RPM misfires and possibly even improve some gas mileage depending on how bad a shape your factory coils were in. Now, MSD claims that all of this will be possible thanks to the 36,000 total volts provided by the MSD Blasters. Now, MSD is going to build these Hemi coils using their patented primary and secondary winding internals and will also feature a factory-style female socket coil wire, which will make these a very, very simple swap on any 5.7, 6.1, or 6.4 Hemi.Finally, guys, the cherry on top will be that bright red finish of the bodies here which will be visible under the hood making for a small little appearance bump aside from the rather large spark pump increase. But what do you say we stop talking about these things, let's actually show you how they get installed on your Hemi at home. So, without further ado, grab your toolbox, head out to the garage and check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown.Man: The tools you'll need for this project are a ratchet, an 8-millimeter socket, a short 10-millimeter socket, and a universal joint or a swivel 10-millimeter socket. Hi, everyone. Today we're installing a set of coil packs on our charger. So, let's get started with the uninstall of the old ones first.All right. So, let's get this engine cover off of it first and that'll give us access to everything else underneath. Now, we can disconnect our mass airflow sensor here and loosen the clamp on our throttle body clamp using our 8-millimeter socket. All right. So, to disconnect our mass airflow sensor, just gonna press the release clip on the plug and pull it out. Now we can loosen our clamp using our 8-millimeter socket. Now we can disconnect our breather hose from the engine and take out this bolt here using our 8-millimeter socket that holds our airbox in. Now, we can disconnect our air inlet tube from the throttle body and lift the whole thing out in one unit.Now that our intake is out of the way we can go ahead and remove the coil packs. First thing we need to do is disconnect the connector from them and then remove the bolts using our 10-millimeter socket. So, to remove the connector, all we have to do is lift up on the red locking tab, press on the release clip and pull it out. Then just lift up on the coil pack and we're done. Now, for the second coil pack, the connector process is the same but you will need either a swivel socket or universal joint to get to this bottom bolt right here because of the air conditioning line. Now, for the remaining six coil packs, all you'll need is your 10-millimeter socket and the ratchet and the process is exactly the same.Now we're ready to install our new coil packs. And basically, it's just going to be the reverse of the uninstall process. So, let's go ahead and get that started. Now, you will notice that the new ones come already with the bolts to install. So, when you insert it, just make sure that it snaps into place on the spark plug and tighten them down. Using our 10-millimeter socket twist this in. Plug in our connector and push down our locking tab. Now, remember on the second one here you will need a swivel socket or a universal joint because of the air conditioning lines.Now, it's also recommended that you use some dielectric grease inside the plug boot just to make sure that it goes on smoothly and you prevent any water from building up inside the boot. Remember not to over torque them and repeat the process for the other six packs. Now we can go ahead and reinstall our air intake using the original hardware and tighten everything down with our 8-millimeter socket. Now we'll reconnect our breather hose and our air temperature sensor connector and finally, our engine cover.And that wraps up our review and install of the MSD Blaster Coil Packs in Red for '06 to newer V8 Hemi Chargers. Thanks for watching and remember, for all things Charger, keep it right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Greater Torque and Throttle Response
      • Total Voltage of 36,000 Volts
      • Distinct Red Casing
      • No Modification Needed
      • One-Year Warranty
      • 8-Piece Set
      • Fits All 2006-2023 V8 HEMI Dodge Charger Models


      High-Voltage Replacement. For your worn-out blaster coils, get these MSD Blaster Coil Packs. Sold in 8-piece sets and capable of 36,000 volts worth of conduction.

      Warranty. This product comes with a 1-Year Limited Item Warranty.

      Installation. This Product does not require professional installation and can be attached in less than 20 minutes.

      Application. The MSD Blaster Coil Packs are fitted for all 2006-2023 V8 HEMI Dodge Charger models.



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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (8) Blaster Coils

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