Are we looking at just another "gimmick" here?

Deeman69

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Yep! Worked on a lot back in the day. From the Shakey-Jac R755 up to the Wright 3350. The Pratt & Whitney R2800 will always be my favorite. They don't make them like that any more. And it's a damn good thing! :ROFLMAO:
 

Atvrunner2

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I know I am late to the game here.
The dual plug head is used to get a complete burn of the fuel or better than the one. However I have only seen this work well with 4 strokes. A more efficient engine will net better power and also better fuel economy. I can't see the CG seeing any sort of benefit especially with one CDI running both, even if the guts of the CDI are bigger.
But who knows. For that money I will toy with a second engine.
 

Don_Parsons

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Same here,,, I don't see an advantage to this less a clearer burn """maybe""". A opertunity to keep running if 1 spark plug fowls...

Disadvantages as stated above in other posts...

A game changer would be a 125cc engine,,, not sure how a person would get it started if it had good compression,,, Ha...

A steep down hill run,,, jump down on the seat and dump the clutch....

Oh,,, Oh,,, Oh,,, dam,,, just skidded off the bottom of the tire... lol

Nancy
 

Mossy

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An off set key(s)on the mag and playing around with it will do wonders... Filling the head with plugs should add some compression but as is junk... Maybe use a long wire on one pointed at the exhaust port and short at the intake to separate the sparks... Or a different heat range...
 
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