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Thread: Plasma Ignition | Plasma Jet Ignition

  1. #1131
    Thanks Gary, a friend of mine has some Msd 8.5 Super Conductor wire with like 50 ohms per foot same thing I believe Msd recommends for the Street Fire and he said he would give me some and all I have to do is put ends on. I may give it a shot it’s free.

  2. #1132
    That is a very good idea, and you're lucky to have such kind friends

  3. #1133
    Another update on torque masters spark plug:
    1. Resistor TM plugs did not behave as claimed, it did not automatically break down the resistor despite of running 5000kms as opposed to claimed 200km running in
    2. I ordered second set of TM plug with non resistor non projector variant after finding out equivalent NGK non resistor part number (can't believe why they couldn't suggest non resistor TM part number without me having to dig through 1000s of NGK models), this made the plasma blasts that I was after. Fuel economy is much better than resistor variant (10% better than resistor torque master, YMMV) and emissions all time lower with increased pickup and torque. With lean mixtures (by installing 105.7 vs 115 main jet) it had detonation after quite a bit of riding.
    3. Longevity of these plugs I haven't tested out yet since its only 100kms I have driven in total)

    My next plan is to build custom jet needle in Yoshimura multiple jet needle design style.
    For this I have ordered 2mm stainless steel capillary tubes and tungsten drill bits

    If I end up successfully with this design I expect better performance and much better fuel economy. Might take a month for the order to deliver and a lot of time to make the setup working after numerous trial and error.

    I expect the end result to perform somewhat like in below video:
    https://youtu.be/1HgXsgHSBbY

    My ultrasonic experiments had to be put on hold because ultrasonic mister requires constant water level to be maintained which invites more setups like separate container with float level adjusted accurately, which I don't plan to do anytime soon because of the unavailability of small components, still searching for suitable float setup though. Ultrasonic fogger can easily melt plastic if tipped over (very risky business if not setup properly), but I will definitely try it out someday. I need to fix my fuel delivery once and for all, that's my top priority now.
    Right now it's just unnecessarily wasting fuel past 3000rpm (as tested by emission testing center) even though its delivering record breaking fuel economy

  4. #1134
    Here is an update on our plasma ignition. Note, only the blue capacitors are connected. We have been experimenting with Aaron's plasma ignition system with our new pulse jet engine coupled with tesla valves used in the correct way. The plasma ignition makes a huge difference in the ability to burn whatever gas or fuel we use. I show the difference between nothing in between the gap, and something to burn in between the gap.
    Here is the link
    https://www.facebook.com/jeremiah.fe...6324690232039/

  5. #1135
    This may be of interest for your ultrasonic setup: https://eagle-research.com/product/f...circuit-board/
    I'm willing to wager that it could be used to monitor water level and remind you to fill the reservoir, and shut the mister off

  6. #1136
    Hello.
    I seem to have run into another problem with the Murakami set up (I think) One engine that covers some miles seem to burn plugs, fast. Like, a plug dies roughly every 700 miles. Not the same cylinder. Random. Replace the plug and it runs fine again until the next one dies. Plugs are NGK BP6HS. Are we just really unlucky to get bad plugs or could something else be the problem?
    Thanks
    Torben

  7. #1137
    That does seem excessive. Are there Iridium equivalents you can use?
    also, remember the M in MSD stands for Multi; it's possible that the multiple discharges are prematurely wearing the plugs, I suppose.
    Have you considered a water injection system?

  8. #1138
    Quote Originally Posted by Alstrup View Post
    Hello.
    I seem to have run into another problem with the Murakami set up (I think) One engine that covers some miles seem to burn plugs, fast. Like, a plug dies roughly every 700 miles. Not the same cylinder. Random. Replace the plug and it runs fine again until the next one dies. Plugs are NGK BP6HS. Are we just really unlucky to get bad plugs or could something else be the problem?
    Thanks
    Torben
    You can try a surface discharge spark plug, (I am using NGK BUE), which seems to has unlimited life with the plasma ignition. No wear signs thousands of kilometers after.

    But this is not the only point of superiority for such a spark plug...

  9. #1139
    Hi Alstrup,

    I'm also using surface discharge (NGK BUE) plugs in my Bradley GT kit car that has a modified, air cooled VW engine. Can't speak to their longevity yet, but they give really good engine performance.
    Gary Hammond,

  10. #1140
    No doubt surface discharge type lasts longer than j type electrode. Alteast with my experiments with non projected torque master surface discharge non resistor spark plugs last longer than j type plugs. When I removed the j ground electrode completely from cheap Chinese non resistor plug it performed way better than torque master due to larger electrode gap. Larger gap is the key to better performance. Need to try out higher ignition voltage along with larger gap and plasma...

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