What is it? Is it like a Plasma Booster and MSD Stacker 8 or is it something different?
Hey Hammer,HAMMER said:Yes, it definately smoothed out my dyno curve way up top, where I normally see a wavy curve that is apparent spark blowout. Gone with BAS.
JL..I didn't think you could use them both,,What is reason for both??Dustoff said:No Boost-a-spark increases voltage output to the Positive + side of the Coil. It saturates the coil with more Volts from 13.7 stock to 19+ so the plug will fire thru high octane, high boost situation.
I have both a Plasma booster and a Boost-a-Spark on my car. Boost-a-Spark is controled from the ****pit with dial similar to boost-a-pump. Plasma booster connects to the negative side of the coil and acts as a capacitive discharger similar to the MSD stacker.
Jon, thank's for your reply. I recently installed a Plasma Booster on my 03 Cobra and so far noticed as you did an improved idle.I don't really think it gave me much if any power since i have a mild setup..I will try testing it on dyno with and without the ground wire hooked up.I hopefully will see some difference..Dustoff said:Jim,
I acquried both and recently installed the BAS for a High end blow out spark issue when above 20+ lbs. I have had the Plasma booster for awhile and it works well and really cleaned up the idle.
The BAS IMHO offers nothing lowend (below 3500 rpm). It is nothing more than a voltage intensify for the coil pack. I do have them both wired on the car currently and they both work together fine. The BAS connects to the + side of the coil packs and the Plasma Booster wires to the - side. So far no problems !
Jon,Dustoff said:The BAS connects to the + side of the coil packs and the Plasma Booster wires to the - side.
Sounds like you are trying to create a Frankenstein monster!
I can't wait to see you run at the track. I'll look for you later tonight in chat, bro.
Ever seen the Gumball 3000 videos? There's a Skyline running one of those along with another pump. They said all of the electrical accessories and a/c had to be off to keep the pump going.Dustoff said:Thanks Hammer just testing... Wait till I hook up some Sikorsky Helo fuel pumps on t his baby that will cure the PSI problem....
450 PSI @ WOT heheheh