Are they all the same, and even hassle-free? To figure this out, we purchased sixteen sets of wires for carburetor Samars in Moscow stores.

Looking ahead, we note - this examination in terms of complexity and scope of work has outstripped even spark plugs!

SO WHERE IS THE SAME RESPONSE? So which wires do we recommend to our readers? If you love your car at least slightly above average, then it is better to choose at least from the first dozen wires. If the money does not have a decisive vote, then take the “Champion”, want to “support your own” - pay attention to the HORS. If you want to save money, be content with the Belgian Ween, but don’t approach him with the “champion” standards. Have you chosen? Then - a good journey to you and your ignition system along the Thunder Trail …
You can fit into a candle in different ways … A normal cap sits tightly, but "Master Sport" is only half.
Change in engine power and efficiency on the type of high-voltage wires

In the tests, two types of candles were used - with and without resistors. Note at the same time: NONE of the wire manufacturers indicate which candles they consider to be preferable - with or without resistors. In the same way, the masters of silence are silent about what additional resistance in the circuit of wires they prefer. The impression is that the manufacturers of these critical components in childhood quarreled in the sandbox and since then have not talked to each other. This applies even to those firms that simultaneously produce both! With this in mind, motor tests were carried out with two types of candles - A17DVM and A17DVRM: for all occasions. The exception was measurements of the magnetic and electric fields - here they used non-resistor candles, as well as tests with low power - here, on the contrary, candles with resistance were involved. The reasons are clear - in both cases, the knowingly worse operating conditions were modeled. To exclude the random factor, resistor candles were chosen with addiction - the resistance of each of them is 3.1 kOhm.

And once again, remember about candles with built-in resistors. If you use them in conjunction with high-resistance wires, in some cases problems may arise. Say if you take the wires

Since B-Tech has resistances from 10 to 16 kOhm, and to “add” Champion RN9YCC candles with resistances above 60 kOhm to them, the sum is already pretty good. So in some modes, such a motor has the right to prank.

AVERAGE MOTOR INDICATOR How is it calculated? For all sets of wires under identical conditions measure power, efficiency and toxicity. Then calculate the average improvement of each of these parameters in relation to the set, which in this nomination turned out to be the worst. For example, for Champion wires with resistor candles, the increase in power relative to the VAZ kit was 2.75%, and fuel consumption decreased by 3.34%. Similarly, a change in the level of toxicity is recorded - for example, the level of CO dropped by 16.53%, CH - by 12.55%, etc. Each of these indicators is multiplied by its own weight coefficient - in total they receive a motor indicator of 3.10%, and a toxicity indicator of 10.23%. Finally, these indicators are also summarized taking into account their weighting factors - 0.7 and 0.3, respectively: the final score is 3.10x0.7 + 10.23x0.3 = 5.24. Since this is the best result in this nomination, the highest score is entered in the final table - 5.0.
EXPERTISE: high voltage wires. Trail of thunder