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Are you sure you have the correct style connector on the coil wire for the new coil? also check the coil wire at the distributor end. The electricity is going to take the path of least resistance, so if there is a higher resistance in the path going to the spark plug arcing will occur up stream to dissipate the energy through the easiest path.
 

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If the coil wire is breaking down and arcing through the insulation, I would be suspect of the rest of the wire set as well. Why not replace the entire set so you know you have good wires throughout?
 
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