Sniper EFI Coil Driver Module
COIL DRIVER MODULE
$111.95 Your Price
- Compact size allows for easy installation without cluttering up your engine bay!
- Labeled wires take the stress out of your wiring installation
- Requires Canister Style Ignition Coil
|Brand||Holley Sniper EFI|
|Product Type||Ignition Boxes|
This part is legal for sale or use on Racing Use Only Vehicles
The following vehicles are considered Racing Use Only Vehicles:
- Racing Use Only Vehicles are vehicles that are used exclusively for competition that are not registered and that may never be used on the street
WARNING: It is against the law to install this part on an Emissions Controlled Vehicle
Have a question about this product?
Hi, I just received my Sniper EFI and found this in the box. It is not referenced at all in the instructions. What is it for and do I install it with the kit. I have a 350 Buick engine with a Pertonix III Ignition.
By Mike G. on March 13, 2018AnswerMike, The 556-150 is the Sniper EFI Ignition coil driver module. It can be used in the place of a CD box in installations that need something to drive a coil. If you search the below document for the term "coil driver" you will find several sections of the instructions with information regarding this component. http://documents.holley.com/199r11031r.pdf Since you already have an existing ignition system, you do not need to utilize this component of the kit.
Hi, I have asked this question before but I still have not received and answer. My question is will the 556-150 work with my Terminator EFI and Dual sync distributor. Thanks Sean
By Sean G. on August 12, 2019AnswerAs a blanket answer, Yes, those components will all work together. The Driver essentially replaces an MSD box with regard to wiring and functionality. That being said, the coil driver shouldn''t be used on a higher horsepower application. Anything over 400HP will tax the capabilities of the coil driver.
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