Yes, I drive two LS2 coils per cylinder for my twin plug setup directly from the MS3X spark outputs, but the input impedance is high for the 5vdc smart circuit that controls the coil. My settings a very similar to yours. I am using the D514 version, not the D585 truck version, which seems to have the over dwell issues. I had my nominal dwell set to 5.5ms and had no issues. But after all the reported issues I lowered mine to 4ms.
"billjam" went to all the trouble to build an interface circuit to drive two Denso/Toyota pencil coils per cylinder. But other people have done without an interface circuit, "xbmwguy" on Pelican Parts forum has done it with no issues for some time. And if you go to MS3Pro, the spark outputs can withstand even more current. I have been thinking of converting mine to Toyota COPs to free up some space in the engine compartment as 12 LS2 coil
My question to maych87 was how he was driving those two large coils for the 3.6. He would need to modify the 3.xx mainboard (if he has that version) or use an external igniter box to drive two coils at once.
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