Lumenition electronic ignition
When considering the details of the electronic ignition, it is important to understand the basic workings of it and how it interlinks with other areas of your car. In the past, distributors were used but there were so many factors involved as well as mechanical parts that they typically ran poorly and would soon need replacing. However, the electronic ignition has no mechanical parts and every spark is controlled precisely and accurately allowing for a smoother ride and less need for auto repairs.
Today, making the switch is easy with an electronic ignition conversion kit. These kits give you the opportunity to change from having a distributor system to some of the more popular Lumenition electronic ignition kits or even the Accuspark electronic ignition kits, offering reliable performance every time you turn the key. Using an electronic ignition conversion kit need not be difficult process and takes less than 30 minutes or you can hire a specialist who understands the integral details of the system and can quickly convert, adjust and ensure proper firing of each spark plug.
Electronic ignition conversion is especially useful for the electronic ignition for classic cars. Most cars today have electronic ignition because of the fuel efficiency and the cars run much better. But the older classics need the electronic ignition conversion in order to maintain the life of the car. Running on the older system that came with the car will not only decrease the life of your classic’s ignition system, but your engine, motor and other areas in your car as well. Electronic ignition for classic cars can be found at most car repair shops or you buy it yourself online from us. Just make sure you are buying the right electronic ignition kit for your car.
Accuspark electronic ignition
In fact, an electronic ignition kit can also be extremely useful even if you already have an electronic system. The type and quality for spark plugs can create better running of your car because most cars come equipped with your very basic and standard system. The better quality ignitions such as MGB electronic ignition, Accu spark electronic ignition or Powerspark electronic ignition systems can make your engine run faster, save on fuel and offer a smoother ride.
If you are asking yourself why you should consider using an electronic ignition kit, think about the amount of money you save on those costly tune-ups. The mechanical breakdown of the parts and the insulation reduces the amount of times the sparkplug can make correct contact at the precise time needed to make the car run smoothly. After natural wear and tear, a tune-up is needed to ensure the timing remains as accurate as possible to reduce further damage to your car.
However, changing to one of the more popular brands such Lumenition electronic ignition or even Accuspark electronic ignition can really make all the difference in the world to your car’s performance. Many car enthusiasts like to rev up their car’s performance and MGB electronic ignition can give your engine a new life. Be sure to check with your car manufacture manual to be sure you have the right electronic ignition for your car.
Powerspark electronic ignition
Engines that have eight, twelve or more cylinders tend to run on higher r.p.m.s, especially during motor racing events. This higher r.p.m. needs a larger spark rate as well as more spark energy. This could pose a problem, but can be levitated in two ways. One could split half the engine and dedicate a set of condensers, coils and breakers to that half, but will still share one distributor. Another way would be to use two breakers connecting to the opposite sides of the cam. This will allow drive out of phase and uses fifty percent rate of one breaker and maximizes current build up.
Other popular brands that tend to get a lot of requests for conversion are Accu spark electronic ignition and Powerspark electronic ignition. They both offer excellent performance and long lasting engine timing that will help maintain your car’s fuel efficiency, thus saving you money at the pump and money over other electronic systems available too.
It is important to take the needed time to shop around to get the best ignition system as well as the top quality service from the technician. Know what you want for your car first. Do you need to update your classic? Want better performance? Do you need more speed? Are you concerned about saving money every time you fill up the tank? Talk these over with us or your car specialist and weigh our recommendations against one other technician and determine what is the best service and price.