SPARK PLUG CONNECTOR
This unique connector is now widely used in applications where previously only metallic braid shielded leads were accepted. . .
BG’s new Flash-Tite Spark Plug Connector is designed for use with 5/16″ ID silicone hose, 7mm ignition cable, and the specially designed coil connectors found in this catalog. A Flash-Tite Lead Assembly is safer than a conventional unshielded secondary lead because it prevents disassembly of the lead from the spark plug while the engine is running. . . The coil end of the lead must be disconnected first! Designed for use with unshielded spark plugs, the Flash-Tite Connector is springloaded to contain the arc in the event of flashover of the spark plug insulator.
Flash-Tite Lead Assemblies have several major advantages over conventional shielded leads: In the event of spark plug leakage, combustion gases do not become “trapped” inside the lead. Any leakage is vented. Internal condensation of combustion gases is frequently a source of maintenance problems in shielded lead applications. Although the Flash-Tite Connector is vented, it is designed so that rain and moisture cannot enter the lead or the connector. And since there is no metallic cover on a Flash-Tite lead, firing indicators and analyzer pick-ups may be used, simplifying trouble-shooting.
Flash-Tite Spark Plug Connectors are easy to assemble using P/N 21200-04 stud. (Order separately.) Complete instructions are provided.
Complete Lead Assemblies are also available. . . See the following page.
AVAILABLE IN THE FOLLOWING LENGTHS:
|P/N*||Extended Length||Compressed Length|
*NOTE: CHAMPION Plug models W10, W14, and W18 require a larger inside diameter than the above. Indicate this by adding the suffix -W to the part number (example: 21600-W). Not available on model 21800.
Spark Plugs with extra long insulators,such as the RB77WPC, require a deeper boot. Indicate this by adding the suffix – L to the part number. Not available on models 21660 and 21800.