Originally Posted by dreamstang
with the info in the sticky on spark plug modifications with grinding and indexing the plug.the point is to expose more of the plug to the mixture.it really makes me think about how much of a gimmick the multi prong plugs are.especially the plugs that have 3 or 4 prongs on them.it seem like even know they give great spark they may not be exposed to the mixture as good.
What you want to do is to expose as much of the "flame kernel" of your ignition spark as possible to the combustion chamber fuel mix. This will allow a much better ignition of the mixture and allow the flame front to expand across the chamber quicker consuming more of the mixture therein producing more power and fuel economy.
What I saw that interested me in the Pulstar plugs is that the electrode running through the plug is bigger allowing it to carry more energy and the capacitor supposedly adds a boost to that energy producing a larger than normal spark in the combustion chamber.
Can you imagine what using those plugs along with an MSD ignition should do?
Now if they only prove out and work like they say they do......
However I won't hold my breath and I will keep watching the developments in using lasers to fire the combustion chamber mixture. I find that interesting too.