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  • passberger@gmx.de
    Would it be recommend to use plugs with no resistance for spark plugs on a mc-racing motor to get hotter sparks? Or doesn`t a standard plug with 5k Ohm
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 2, 2003
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      Would it be recommend to use plugs with no resistance for spark plugs on a
      mc-racing motor to get hotter sparks?
      Or doesn`t a standard plug with 5k Ohm resistance limit the sparks?

      Hans,
      Germany
    • Jim Schneider
      Hans, The intent of the resistor plugs was to limit radio interference from early ignition systems. This was later used to limit RF problems with the new
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 2, 2003
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        Hans,
        The intent of the resistor plugs was to limit radio interference from early
        ignition systems. This was later used to limit RF problems with the new
        ignition systems. Yes it will generally give a hotter spark, and was often
        used in the '70s to do this. In the '80s it was recommended to use the
        resistor plugs to keep from having problems with the CDI ignitions.

        Swiss

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        Would it be recommend to use plugs with no resistance for spark plugs on a
        mc-racing motor to get hotter sparks?
        Or doesn`t a standard plug with 5k Ohm resistance limit the sparks?

        Hans,
        Germany


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