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Old 01-03-2013, 10:31 PM   #31 (permalink)
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I understand what you are stating, but this explanation defies electronic principles. If you are supplying current, plus a ground, you are completing the circuit; so the capacitor will not be charged, nor have a trigger for a discharge.
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:00 PM   #32 (permalink)
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I understand what you are stating, but this explanation defies electronic principles. If you are supplying current, plus a ground, you are completing the circuit; so the capacitor will not be charged, nor have a trigger for a discharge.
Take a look at this Sir, I hope this helps...

The difference between conventional spark plug technology and Pulstar technology is the inclusion of an internal peaking Low Q capacitance (minimum 35 pF and maximum 60 pF) within the plug’s insulator. The basic components of both the Pulstar plug and spark plug, are identical except the inclusion of a capacitor in the Pulse plug. The insulator in the Pulse plug is also much thinner, serving as the dielectric for the opposing plates of the capacitor. The insulator is constructed with higher aluminum oxide content (96%+) than the commercial spark plug, providing a higher dielectric constant for the capacitor, and ultimately greater energy transfer efficiency.
The measured peak current of the spark delivered by a conventional spark plug at 20kV breakdown voltage is approximately 0.05A. The measured peak current of a Pulstar plug at the same voltage is approximately 1000A [6]. Plasma temperatures for both plugs are approximately the same. The time when peak current arrives for both the spark plug and the Pulse plug is during the time that the flame kernel is created, during the streamer phase of the spark. It is during this time that the resistance at the spark gap drops from infinite (air gap) to a fixed value (near zero) and lasts on the order of 100’s of nanoseconds. It is postulated that creating a robust flame kernel during this time frame reduces the cycle-to-cycle variations in peak combustion pressure as compared to creating the flame kernel during the glow phase of the spark which lasts much longer.
The peak power of the spark discharge between a conventional spark plug and the Pulstar plug is another major difference. Calculations of peak power for both plugs are shown below, both at a breakdown voltage of ~20kV.

Conventional Ignition (Spark-Plug):

Peak Power (Watts) = I2 (amps) X R (ohms)
Watts = (.05 amps)2 X (50Ω)
Watts = .0025 X 50
Watts = 0.125 Watts peak power


Peaking Capacitor (Pulstar pulse Plug):

Peak Power (Watts) = I2 (amps) X R (ohms)
Watts = (1020 A)2 X (5Ω)
Watts = 1,040,400 X 5
Watts = 5.2 MW peak power

We can debate this topic till the end of time, I am not here to do that. Instead let us look at the facts...
Pulstar Pulse Plugs have been produced by Honeywells Autolite division for almost 2 yrs now. They would not get involved with a product that did not work & perform as advertised.

Pulstar went OEM installed April 3, 2012 with Noble Automotive Group’s CNG Vehicles. If they would harm an engine or void the manufactures warranty... this would not have happened.

Pulse Plugs have been on the market since June 2006.
This is not a new idea.

Capacitor developed at Sandia National Laboratories.

There has always been a 30-day money back guarantee... try them, if they do not out perform your current spark plug... I will give your money back to you.

You can not beat that.

For more info & to purchase please visit: http://www.pulstar-incognitoproducts.com/

Please read the 5 page product review in: D-Sport March 2008 Product Review
here: http://www.pulstar-incognitoproducts...s/in-the-news/ Dyno results on the last page.

Thank you.

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Old 01-05-2013, 09:58 PM   #33 (permalink)
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Pulstar Pulse Plugs




305 ci engine


360 ci engine

These two Sprint Cars have been using Pulstar Pulse Plugs for almost 2 yrs (2 race seasons). The engines in these cars cost $25,000-$30,000. If there was any chance the plugs could causing engine damage... they would not use them in these expensive engines.




I use these two demo machines to show the spark difference between spark plugs VS Pulstar Pulse Plugs. The spark plug converts 1% of ignition energy to Plasma Energy... where as Pulstar converts more than 50%... resulting in a spark with more surface area. This is created by the internal capacitor of the Pulstar Pulse Plug... proving the capacitor works!

You can see videos of these demos on this page of my website: http://www.pulstar-incognitoproducts.../videos-blogs/

Thank you for your time and interest.
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if anyone has any questions or concern, please do not hesitate to ask away.

I just noticed this thread has 784 views... if anyone has any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask away.

Thank you for your time and interest. Ride safe.

For more info & to purchase... please visit: http://www.pulstar-incognitoproducts.com/

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