|Spark Energy||95 mJ per spark|
|Primary Voltage||435 volts|
|Secondary Voltage||43,000 volts (Tested with Blaster Coil)|
|Spark Series Duration||20° crankshaft rotation|
|RPM Range||15,000 RPM with 14.4 volts|
|Voltage Required||10-18 volts (negative ground)|
|Current Draw||0.7 amp per 1000 RPM|
|Size||6" L x 3.5" W x 1.75" H|
Budget-Friendly Capacitive Discharge Technology
Street Fire CDI Ignition is perfect for budget-minded enthusiasts. It utilizes capacitive discharge and fires a series of multiple sparks that lasts for 20° of crankshaft rotation when the engine is running below 3,000 RPM. This ensures combustion with great throttle response and smooth idle. Street Fire has a cast aluminum housing; features an adjustable rev limiter for overrev protection; and connects easily to points, amplifiers, or magnetic pickup distributors.Features:
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JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals to make sure you get all the correct parts you need. Kits #121-5520K (small block Chevy) and #121-5520K1 (big block Chevy) include ignition box, HEI distributor, advance curve kit, plug wires, and trigger cable adapter.
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