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I have little experience of the European spec car but I am guessing that it doesn't have a power transistor type of ignition but either a separate ignition module offering variable dwell angle and a low quiescent current or a module built into the management ECU.
If it is a module or amplifier type it is likely to be sited fairly close to the coil.
I wish I knew where to look for anything on a Ferrari, but they dont let just anyone know that stuff. Get ahold of your dealership unless you get a better answer here, but i am pretty sure you need the Ferrari certified badge to know this one.
I don't know as if any of these sites will give you a uk value, but it's worth a try! www.edmunds.comwww.nada.comwww.kbb.com each of these sites let's you input the cars info, and will give you the value. Unfortunately even though the car may have a lot of extras on it, they don't always add to the value of the car regardless of how much the owner paid for them. Good luck!
Hey - Ferrari fooled us - according to edmunds this is Ferrari 599 for 5,999cc of displacement. Previously, I had been complaining that the car in the spy photos looked like the most recent generation of corvettes. I think the Ferrari 599 definitely sets itself apart. However, in its overall proportions it does have some similarities. What if those headlight clusters were arranged horizontally and front fenders were less distinct? I like the turned up wing in the back but what happened the multiple taillights? I'm not real crazy about those single taillights. As far as the best Ferrari ever? I bet this thing blows the doors off the 575, 550, or Testarossa series which are the fair comparisons. In the looks department - overall better looking than the new 2+2. Definitely more aggressive and high in pinnache. Its better looking than the outgoing 575m. Sorry, I still think the Testarossa series looks better and hey that 288 is a bad *** machine too. Given the choice between the Ferrari and an Aston Martin - since styling is so important to me - its the Aston hands down.