DIS Plus Higher Output Race Only Ignition Controls
The DIS Ignitions all deliver a stout, CD spark that is capable of burning the majority of air/fuel mixtures. There are of course exceptions, such as full bred race engines running high boost pressures from turbos, blowers or nitrous. To answer these needs, we offer a Higher Output version of the DIS Ignition Controls.The DIS Plus HO Ignitions produce an incredible 170 millijoules of spark energy with 470 primary volts. This increased output will light up fuel mixtures even under extreme cylinder pressures.The DIS-HO boxes are not CARB approved and are designed for drag racing applications only.
MSD Distributorless Ignition Controls deliver a stout, CD spark that is capable of burning the majority of air/fuel mixtures. Distributorless Ignitions are coil-per-cylinder and coil-on-plug systems that have an individual coil
for each cylinder. These coils receive voltage and energy via an ECU-triggered driver. These drivers can be incorporated into the ECU or in the coils themselves (such as the GM LS).
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