95 5.8L running on 32’s with stock 3.55 at about 85k miles. My rig has become less than a daily driver now (co. car and 4 cyl beater will keep me below 6k miles a year on the Bronco) and the driving pattern seems to be more of an adventure/hunting/camping/inclement weather rig than the all around truck of the past. Most miles are on pavement getting me to my offroad destinations. In TX where I am now, I don’t have much of a power issue when loaded down for camping or even pulling the pop up camper and canoe, primarily due to the low elevation and flat terrain. Humping over to the Ozarks, it becomes apparent my gearing is on the high side but manageable, and trekking to CO and over the Divide, with the elevation and extra weight, its downright noticeable that power is just not what it could be and the frequent down shifting cant be healthy. Given I like the size boots I have and not quite ready to go to the expense of gearing to 4.11’s, what ignition mods would you consider a healthy upgrade. Its time for wires, plugs, cap and rotor, so I’m gonna be shelling out for it anyway…if I knew there was something I could use to get a little more power in the hills, and still not wipe low end torque and maybe even improve hiway mileage (I know it sounds like I’m looking for a magic pill), I’d sure be interested in knowing what you have found to be a winning combination.