I just got my coils back from Ron the Coilman, I sent them late last Wednesday, and they were delivered back Monday morning (OK 11;56am, that is still morning).
My shop s right around freezing today, and normally if the temps are below 40°F I would have to jack up a rear wheel, but with the tuned coils, it fired fine on the first pull after priming. I can not wait for the winds to drop below 30mph, or the temps to get above 40° so I can road test it...OK maybe I will just wait until it is light tomorrow.
Ron is very good and the turn around time is very good. He did 4 for me and a few months later, one wasn't working very good. I sent it back to him and he fixed it and returned it very quickly and he paid the return shipping.
Can't beat that with a stick.
I've gotten a couple sets from Andy Loso. I'm really impressed with his work too. The best part is he's less than 10 miles away. And then we've got Erik Hylen too and he does a good job too. And he's closer to me than Andy. It's really nice to know good coil guys like Ron and Andy and Erik.
Scott Conger from St. Pete, Fl. also does coils. He's the President of the local Model T Ford Club. He also does good work.