High-Performance Ignition Systems


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By Todd Ryden

From SA Design "PERFORMANCE HOW-TO" Series


Design, Build & Install

Programmable Ignition Systems

Coil-On-Plug Systems

Advanced Tuning For Carbs and EFI

Distributorless Ignition

Performance modification on enthusiast cars and trucks entails the modification of many systems in concert. Induction, exhaust, rotating assemblies and cylinder heads are all areas where modifications yield exciting and measurable results. Although decidedly not as sexy to most, ignition systems are just as important as the other systems, and modifying your ignition system is vital in extracating all the performance possible out of your engine build. What good is airflow if your ignition system can't light the fire?

High-Performance Ignition Systems - Revised & Updated Edition is a complete guide to understanding automotive ignition systems, from old-school points and condensers to modern computer-controlled distributorless systems, and from bone-stock systems to highly modifieds. Author Todd Ryden leads you through the various components in this update, explaining the theory behind the operation and how the parts work with one another to achieve the ultimate goal of efficient combustion. You get the inside scoop on all the new coils, wires, spark plugs, distributors, magnetos, inductive systems, CD ignitions, multi-spark systems, computer ignition controls and rev limiters for both street and race applications.

This book will help you understand how your car's ignition works, update you on all the latest components, including distributorless and coil per cylinder systems and it will help you choose the right components for your car's performance needs.

Published By SA Design - #SA79

Softcover - 144 Pages

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