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Thread: Plasma Ignition | Plasma Jet Ignition

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    The video was thrown together, we planned to turn it up even more but the tesla valve melted over time so had to find some older footage of it running on higher settings for the video, unfortunately it didn't have the heat exchanger installed. Here it is running with the heat exchanger, we show it on slightly higher settings, and is before the valve was completely destroyed. https://www.facebook.com/jeremiah.fe...6230802244898/ We will be adding aluminum tesla valve in a couple days so we can turn it all the way up. Also we will show temperature's.

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  3. #1123
    Quote Originally Posted by Hellenic Vanagon View Post
    Gaps in series, (scroll down please): http://www.vwsyncro.eu/p/blog-page_34.html

    The Syncro Heresy
    That's quite the blog/adventure! Your spark plug research is particularly impressive. I have Torquemaster resistor plugs in my vehicle, and they have had a positive effect on how the engine runs even with a gap that is 2x what the manufacturer specifies.

    While you call them lambda sensors, we call them oxygen sensors on this side of the Atlantic (and possibly elsewhere); I recently installed one of these (https://eagle-research.com/product/e...r-efie-device/) on mine and am seeing rather impressive results. You seem to already have a circuit in place (from the factory!) to balance the Manifold pressure readings, so this will help fine-tune your fuel delivery more, based on lambda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heysoundude View Post
    That's quite the blog/adventure! Your spark plug research is particularly impressive. I have Torquemaster resistor plugs in my vehicle, and they have had a positive effect on how the engine runs even with a gap that is 2x what the manufacturer specifies.

    While you call them lambda sensors, we call them oxygen sensors on this side of the Atlantic (and possibly elsewhere); I recently installed one of these (https://eagle-research.com/product/e...r-efie-device/) on mine and am seeing rather impressive results. You seem to already have a circuit in place (from the factory!) to balance the Manifold pressure readings, so this will help fine-tune your fuel delivery more, based on lambda.
    Thank you very much!

    The Torquemasters may be better without the resistors, try it if the resistors are not a must for your system.
    They work better than the conventional J strap spark plugs because:

    #1 With 2x gap take advantage of the "coil voltage reserve", as you can see here, (second row, second graph):
    spt-voltfactors.jpg

    #2 They do not have the very restrictive ground strap.
    #3 They emit energy at 360į at the horizontal axis vs the 180į of the surface discharge type.

    On the other hand, the surface discharge spark plugs offer better contactivity, since the arc prefers a surface discharge and they are an industry
    standard.

    The Eagle research EFIE seems as a must and I am considering it.

    As for the lambda or oxygen terminology, both are Greek words, λάμδα - οξυγόνο, so both are correct equally, don't worry.


    The Syncro Heresy

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    My Torquemasters have resistors, because my research has indicated that my ignition coils seem to function best with somewhat of a resistive load on them. The factory specifies ignition cables with an additional resistive load, but I put the Granatelli zero-ohm wires on to ensure that most of the energy from the coil goes to that larger spark gap, so I've basically reduced just cable losses. For more than 2yrs/60k km, I've had no troubles with the factory ignition like this. in fact, since I put the EFIE on, the radio interference noise that some people complain about with these cables seems to have largely disappeared - perhaps because the air/fuel charge is less rich, and the ignition energy doesn't have as much vapour to pass through/ignite?
    You're welcome, and yes, as far as I'm concerned the EFIE is indeed necessary to prevent overfuelling when excess oxygen is detected by the sensor. Between that circuit and a similar one to yours on the intake (MAP), I was able to get my vehicle to idle (roughly! I backed my aggressive adjustments off until it smoothed out again) about 150 RPM lower than what the computer does without modification, and my fuel consumption is down or fuel economy is up ~20% (or more) depending on how you look at it. a very powerful modification for the price.

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    Heysoundude, you could be right. Iíve been really tied up with work and havenít gotten time to do any tinkering but I hope to get back at it soon. I have the new coil already so Iím just going to swap it out since that will be the quickest way to check it. If it does or doesnít work Iíll know if that was the problem. Any idea how hard it would be to change the cap, Iíve never had a Msd apart.

  7. #1127
    Hi Jeremiah,

    Quote Originally Posted by RB176 View Post
    Any idea how hard it would be to change the cap, Iíve never had a Msd apart.
    I wouldn't do that. The MSD 5520 street fire works fine with the MSD 8222 blaster coil in my single cylinder generator application. However, the Granatelli solid wire may be too low of a resistance. I'm using a Taylor Spiro-Pro wire which has a magnetic suppression core found here. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/tay-45429/overview/

    And I have a high temp, high voltage wire from the diode directly to the spark plug terminal. And I'm also using an NGK BU series surface gap plug. These come in various length reaches for a variety of different engines. I think the one that fits your engine is this one. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/ngk-703

    This setup gives me a very strong plasma and long plug life as well. Here are photos of it again, in case you missed it in one of my previous posts linked here. http://www.energyscienceforum.com/sh...ll=1#post29910
    Last edited by Gary Hammond; 06-16-2019 at 12:06 PM.
    Gary Hammond,

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    Gary I probably watched that video a dozen times, good stuff! The Granatelli are 0 ohms what are the Taylor wires for resistance? I think my plug has a .750 reach I’ll have to research it some. Thanks

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    Hi Jeremiah,

    The Granatelli are 0 ohms what are the Taylor wires for resistance?
    The taylor spiro-pro wire is 350 ohms/foot. It has a magnetically permeable core with a thin steel wire tightly wound around the core.

    I posted the link to that old post so you could see how I installed the components on the single cylinder gen set rather than to watch the video. But glad you liked it anyway.

    If you have an old cast iron K321 flat head it should be a 7/16" reach plug. I always used Champion H10 plugs in all the old cast iron Kohlers. The 1/2" reach surface gap should work great in that engine, as there is no projection beyond the end of the plug. Mechanical interference should not be a problem.
    Gary Hammond,

  10. #1130
    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Hammond View Post
    I wouldn't do that.
    Me either - what I wrote was meant to discourage that. Change your coil instead. As for wires...well, you'll have to experiment with that yourself.

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