ATOMIC non-resistor ignition wire & boot - BLUE - 2 feet
ATOMIC ignition wire

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atomic non-resistor spark plug wire. BLUE - 2 foot version. super nice quality with an extra rubber cover for protection and extra durability.

the basic function of a spark plug wire is to conduct spark energy from the ignition source to the spark plugs. the more efficient the wire, the more spark energy is transferred to the spark plug. removing the resistance increases potential ignition coil output, increasing combustion efficiency that is often realized as quicker starts, smoother idle, better throttle response and greater fuel economy. also, a spark plug with a brilliant spark will foul less often.

non-resistor spark plug wires are perfect for contact point ignition systems. most spark plug boots have a built in resistor and a screw type connection where corrosion will occur. all these points are possible places for failure. atomic non-resistor spark plug wires have a clear path, sending the juice from the coil straight to your spark plug, creating a stronger spark.


"hey, I heard too hot a spark burns holes in pistons?" - not true.  improper fuel mixture and/or incorrect ignition timing can cause this, not a strong spark. by assuring a good spark reaches the cylinder, a proper burn of the fuel mixture can take place. the longer the spark is present, the larger the portion of the swirling mixture is ignited which allows more complete combustion. this inevitably gives you the most from the fuel entering the engine.

your spark plug keeps the little end cap with this type of spark plug boot so don't lose it or make sure you can find one!

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5 of 5 totallll sparkkkkk October 15, 2019
taco eater : James Hygaard from victoria british columbia, BC Canada  
What happened was I pushed too hard on stock plug cap and bits of metal fell out.Saw the atomic wire and boot,a little nervous ,how do I install this? well first remove cdi and wire ,then unscrew wire from cdi,measure new wire,cut and check depth of end,then remove blue insulator,about 3/4 then screw clockwise into cdi,re-inslall You should have seen how rusty the whole thing was before,a truly righteous upgrade*****

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