These plug types will allow you to change and adjust the way your air/fuel mixture starts to ignite. We are talking about the same idea as unshrouding the valves in the head for better flow. While in this case were talking about unshrouding the arc point on the sparkplug to effect the timing of the air/fuel mixture ignition point. Now for some the choices are unlimited as to what fine wire plugs are out on the market. While others are going to find the selection very limited. But the good news here is the trip is worth the time spent trying some out in your program. Granted these are not a single speed demon item for the racing community. But neither is unshrouding valves in cylinder heads. They are but one item in a whole package that will bring about the results your looking for. Humm sounds like Balance&Blueprinting.
Have you ever noticed that really powerful electrical systems use some form of focused energy. This can be either man-made or mother nature produced. In nature the best lighting show is the one that spiders across the sky in all directions. While the lightning with the biggest punch is a single strike. The best man-made example would be a welding system IE.( Stick,Mig or Tig ) all provide a real nice single arc to get the job done. With these examples from above in the back of your mind. Does your current racing ignition system provide you with multiple arcing across your sparkplugs? Or does it have a strong single strike arc across the gap to help get the air/fuel mixture burning.
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