Interesting. I'm not an electrical engineer (or even electrically inclined) but that might be one capacitor too many. For my money, nothing beats the lowly copper core plug at an equally low $1.80 each.
Yeah, I'll (possibly) believe it when I see the independent lab analysis. Spark plugs have remained unchanged for so long because a spark in a fuel/air mix is pretty much a spark in a fuel/air mix. The dual-electrode plugs offer some improvement by igniting two wavefronts, but I'm not even sure if that translates into anything noticeable in the real world.
All looks pretty dubious to me. They're claiming faster flame front propagatiuon, whilst at the same time suggesting no change in ignition (spark initiation) timing is required. That doesn't make sense. Also, there's no explanation as to why the flame front would travel faster.
'Capacitance' is hardly a new concept either. When the F1 engine boys pick it up, I'll take a look
Another mouse trap perhaps, with a new wrapper! No, until it's been given real credence, well it doesn't even exist for our bikes yet - and I've got platinums in my VR6 - so I won't be buyin' any! But I shall observe from a distance and if there did come available a plug, I mighten' wander in one day - with dark glasses and a hat, into the dealer down the road and buy a couple of three! Ya never know that these plugs, and one of those magnet thingies on the fuel line, 'she' might pop a wheelie in third - in fourth with Race fuel!!
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