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Hi, I have a r32 gts4 and recently I changed my coilpacks to R35 setup but, the cyl 6 is getting too hot and melts.

I use NGK BKR6EIX spark plugs and R35 coils without igniter.

I have an upgraded wastegate that I will replace with a stock one to drive for a while.
 

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Have you adjusted the dwell times for the R35 coil packs? I've read they can get hot without adjustment, but not heard of them melting! :eek: Are they genuine or copies?
 

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Genuine coilpacks part no: 22448-JF00B

how to set dwell times? I am running stock ecu.
 

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I'm not sure you can on a stock ECU? I haven't had mine adjusted yet either, but I'm using an Apexi PFC - I'll have them done when the car is mapped.
 

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Shouldn***8217;t be an issue. Stock ecu and r35 coils won***8217;t melt. Which harness are you using?
 

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rb20det harnass***12288;for R32 coils with igniter from wiring specialist with wiring pin 1 and 3 reversed.

with bypass of the igniter

First 1-2min will run on all cylinders than cylinder 6 is misfiring.
 

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rb20det harnass***12288;for R32 coils with igniter from wiring specialist with wiring pin 1 and 3 reversed.

with bypass of the igniter

First 1-2min will run on all cylinders than cylinder 6 is misfiring.
Found the problem, harnass issue, shorting out on several places.
 
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