PVL 6V or Dyna Coil to match the EI
I make an assumption
they are matched in some way to the Tri-Spark ignition.
Curious use of "match"?
Pazon, Tri-Spark, any EI for these old heaps are just a fancy on/off switch to replace points and auto-advance unit. Apart from things like Boyer
-Bransden MicroPower and similar Pazon Smart-Fire, they all basically work with total
coil primary resistance between 3 Ohms and 4-ish Ohms.
Risking telling you something you know already, "primary resistance" is between the spade/stud terminals on a Lucas
or pattern coil, between the ends of the two thin wires on some other coils (e.g. a coil with two HT leads).
Between 3 and 4 Ohms is a '12V' coil.
If you want a separate coil for each cylinder, divide the '12V'- and therefore the primary resistance - by the number of cylinders, use individual coils of that divided 'Voltage'/resistance connected 'in series' - i.e. in your case, two '6V' coils between the Pazon "Ignition Module" Black wire and battery
When components are connected 'in series', their individual resistances are cumulative. A '6V' coil should have a primary resistance between 1.5 Ohms and 2-ish Ohms, so two '6V' coils add up to the same as one '12V' coil.
Reason I've written "4-ish" and "2-ish" is because particularly PVL's have a slightly higher primary resistance than 'original Lucas
' and Tri-Spark coils, but PVL still work fine.
Apart from primary resistance, there isn't any other "match" between particular coils and EI makes.
Btw, be aware at least some current 'Wassell Lucas
' coils have bizarre primary resistances - 5 Ohms? - totally unsuitable connected in series to an EI.
Podtronics unit in conjunction with his Pazon/PVL
Reg./rec. make shouldn't have any bearing on EI make - two different electrical circuits.