I know guys have argued about different systems controlling coil activity and which system can control a smart coil at 200+hp per cylinder. My question is regarding the wiring itself. Say for instance, a car like my own. It makes 60+ psi boost, 393ci, 11:1 compression with an AFR between 2.8-3.0AFR. We run a gap of .016" and dwell in the vicinity of 7Ms. My current wiring is a 10 AWG from battery split with 10awg to two 40 amp relays, into the 4 power wires for the coil on the holley harness which appears to be 20 awg at each coil. The head grounds are wires the same way with a 10 AWG to each head. There was talks recently about wiring being too small, and current draw being 20-30amps or more on each bank with 5 ms dwell on other combos, so you would figure mine would consume more current being 7ms) ? I had some time on my hands and opened the relays to see if there was any signs of heat, and they look brand new. As do the pins on the coils and the pins on the connectors. My reason for checking all this is a small surging miss that i have noticed down track and am ruling things out one at a time. We haven't yet tested again this year, but it has 100 more psi valvespring pressure now, and a few other things to rule out mechanical possibilities. We are going to also try using a tighter gap to see if it promotes completed spark better. I look to upgrade to a cdi deal at some point but for now, i would like to see if this will get the job done. Am i wasting my time on overthinking my wiring? is there any signs that could elude to the wiring not being good enough? not trying to start a pissing match between companies here, just wouldnt mind some electrical input?