I think Honda still lists values but its all pretty useless in my opinion. When the coil warms up things can change not to mention simple meter tests don't indicate evrything the coil needs to do to generate voltage. There is one meter test though. That is to ohm test between one of the legs and block to make sure corrosion/rust hasn't reduced or stopped proper grounding of coil to block. There should be virtually no resistence shown, if there is the mounting surface of coil legs and mounting posts need to be sanded and cleaned to restore continuity. This isn't so much grounding as when you go to kill ignition but simply electrical return from plug. Needed to complete the circuit.
Beyond this meter test, remove kill wire at the coil and test with a proper tester. Inspect plug wire and terminal and in the case of some Honda's, check the resister in the plug boot.
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