No, they will not plug in. If your looking for ways to get better performance, you can advance your timing right on your motor. They are timed to run safely on 87 octane. If your willing to run premium only you can up it 2 to 2.5 degrees.
You need to pull the flywheel cover and flywheel. You will see the stator plate. Some were adjustable from the factory on the older models. I think the newer ones are not adjustable so you just need to notch the bolt holes with a dremel. 2 degrees is a very small amount so you dont need to notch much. Maybe .080 to.100 each hole. BEFORE you do this check the timing and get a basline setting. Make sure your engine is fully warmed up. Factory setting was 30°± 2° BTDC @ 5000 RPM. Just to be safe, dont go over 34°
I will check it out or try to find someone who has done thins. If its not adjustable I'm not gonna mess around with it, just don't have enough experience with that kind of stuff. Thanks a lot for all the information.
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