E3 Performance Products Catalog Features Full Line Of DiamondFIRE Ignition Products

E3 Performance Products Catalog Features Full Line Of DiamondFIRE Ignition Products

In addition to its hallmark street and race spark plugs, the company’s new 16-page catalog features DiamondFIRE racing and street wires, DiamondFIRE distributors, a 6CDI ignition box, high-output CD coil, an external 2-step rev control, O2 sensors, an electronic oil-filled can coil and E3 street coils.

E3 says that its 2019 Performance Products Catalog proves that it is much more than a spark plug company. In addition to its hallmark street and race spark plugs, the company’s new 16-page catalog features DiamondFIRE racing and street wires, DiamondFIRE distributors, a 6CDI ignition box, high-output CD coil, an external 2-step rev control, O2 sensors, an electronic oil-filled can coil and E3 street coils.

E3 Racing Spark Plugs are designed specifically for normally aspirated and forced induction motorsports applications: drag, oval and off-road. The race plug features a shortened two-leg design in a non-resistor configuration to allow maximum heat extraction, more horsepower, better torque and longer life. The new catalog includes a helpful chart for selection based on compression ratio (CR) range, size/reach, seat type and tip reach.

E3’s DiamondFIRE racing distributors cover everything from Top Fuel to Street Stocks and are available for the most common Chevy, Ford and HEI applications. E3 says they are designed through a special hot forging process that eliminates weak spots and porosity, and E3 DiamondFIRE distributors are precision-stamped and have a fully adjustable mechanical advance and come complete with cap, rotor, wire retainer and a mechanical advance curve kit.

For more information about the full line of E3 performance ignition products, pick up a copy of the new catalog at the 2018 SEMA Show booth No. 71000 or at PRI at booth No. 5173.

For more information, visit e3sparkplugs.com.

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