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Old 04-13-2012, 10:23 AM  
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'Sultans of Spark' Coils Outperform Coil Over Plug and Increase Performance and Improve Fuel Mileage


Late model Dodge and Chrysler HEMI V8 owners can now increase performance and improve fuel mileage through the ignition system by installing these new high performance SOS Coils. The new SOS (Sultans Of Spark) Coils by Performance Distributors have been designed and engineered to outperform the stock COP (Coil Over Plug) coils.

New and advanced technology has allowed Performance Distributors to pack more electrifying voltage into these small coils so that the output helps you get even more tire roasting performance out of your HEMI V8. The SOS Coils have increased windings to boost spark output up to 40,000 volts. That is at least a 50% increase in spark energy over the voltage deprived stock coils! The higher voltage along with increased spark duration allow plug gaps to be opened up to .065?. This larger gap exposes a hotter spark in the combustion chamber for an increased burn of the fuel mixture, resulting in more horsepower and better fuel economy.

Additional benefits include quicker starting, smoother idle and greater throttle response. The SOS Coils are designed utilizing proven technology, the same quality that has gone into the company's DUI and Screamin' Demon Coils. No gimmicks are used for Performance Distributors' coils such as "zero resistance" or tricked out "rings," just pure hardcore ignition performance. The SOS coils are a direct replacement for the factory COP coils and do not require any special modifications. SOS Coils are covered by a one year warranty.

For more information about SOS Coils, visit www.performancedistributors.com.

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Old 04-13-2012, 10:23 AM  
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'Sultans of Spark' Coils Outperform Coil Over Plug and Increase Performance and Improve Fuel Mileage


Late model Dodge and Chrysler HEMI V8 owners can now increase performance and improve fuel mileage through the ignition system by installing these new high performance SOS Coils. The new SOS (Sultans Of Spark) Coils by Performance Distributors have been designed and engineered to outperform the stock COP (Coil Over Plug) coils.

New and advanced technology has allowed Performance Distributors to pack more electrifying voltage into these small coils so that the output helps you get even more tire roasting performance out of your HEMI V8. The SOS Coils have increased windings to boost spark output up to 40,000 volts. That is at least a 50% increase in spark energy over the voltage deprived stock coils! The higher voltage along with increased spark duration allow plug gaps to be opened up to .065?. This larger gap exposes a hotter spark in the combustion chamber for an increased burn of the fuel mixture, resulting in more horsepower and better fuel economy.

Additional benefits include quicker starting, smoother idle and greater throttle response. The SOS Coils are designed utilizing proven technology, the same quality that has gone into the company's DUI and Screamin' Demon Coils. No gimmicks are used for Performance Distributors' coils such as "zero resistance" or tricked out "rings," just pure hardcore ignition performance. The SOS coils are a direct replacement for the factory COP coils and do not require any special modifications. SOS Coils are covered by a one year warranty.

For more information about SOS Coils, visit www.performancedistributors.com.
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Old 04-13-2012, 03:09 PM  
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Nice. Thanks Jay.
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Old 04-13-2012, 07:12 PM  
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Very Cool! What kind of realistic HP gains do you think They would provide?
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Interesting. Over a hundo less than MSD, and MSD has never to my knowledge documented what gains they provide over stock coils.
Jay, would you recommend using plug gaps that wide (.065")?
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Old 04-14-2012, 07:39 AM  
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Jay, would you recommend using plug gaps that wide (.065")?
Normally aspirated, yes. With power adders, no.
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My concern when I whent with 6.1 coils was that they would draw additional current and of course the grounding (trigger) circuit is inside the PCM. Not knowing the limits of the triggering circuit it was taking a chance I decided to take. Now going to even a higher output coil this raises the question again of what is the limits of our PCM?
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Old 04-14-2012, 08:37 PM  
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The SOS Coils have increased windings to boost spark output up to 40,000 volts.

Good question. I'm sure that they have been tested for that. Why would they put a product out on the market that would cause computer problems.
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Old 04-15-2012, 06:51 AM  
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Anyone know the voltage output of the stock coils?
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I'm no electrical engineer by any means, but, the primary voltage going to the coil should be the same, no matter what coil is being used! You have to remember, the coil builds up secondary voltage, till the amount needed to bridge the spark plug gap is obtained. It doesn't matter what voltage the coil is rated for, if for example, it takes 15k to bridge the gap, only 15k will be sent. As RPM, and cylinder pressures increase, it takes more, and more voltage to bridge the plug gap. At some point, the stock coil won't have the balls to fire the plug, and a miss-fire will happen. The aftermarket coils with more voltage available, cure this. On stock, ans basically stock motors, this is usually not a concern. Now motors with very high compressing ratios, nitrous, blown, this is a concern. The aftermarket coils are also beneficial in cold starting, at low temperatures.
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