It is my understanding that the stock ignition system should handle most of our performance needs. Only under extreme conditions (very high boost from turbo's or NOS) would I feel that our ignition system might need to be upgraded.
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The stock ignition is actually pretty weak and relies more on precision than power. There are several aftermarket mods you can make to beef it up, but the DIS setup is harder to modify this way than in a car with a distributor.