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8.5MM Competition Ignition Wires V12
 
8.5MM Competition Ignition Wires V12 Quantity in Basket: None
Code: Magnecor1285
Price: $149.95
Shipping Weight: 5.00 pounds
 
 
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Magnecor's KV85 Competition 8.5mm Ignition Cables feature Magnecor's exclusive 2.5mm high capacity Metallic Inductance EMI Suppressed conductor consisting of stainless steel wire precisely wound at 200 turns per inch over a ferrimagnetic core. The insulating jacket is made entirely of Magnecor's exclusive TC-1500-HS high strength aerospace grade silicone rubber, and its single layer construction will prolong the jacket's insulating ability by conducting extreme heat away from hot-spots that occur near over-the-limit heat sources. All ends installed, and factory crimped.

The KV85 8.5mm jacket has a service heat resistance of 600 degrees F (320 degrees C) and up to 1,000 degrees F (540 degrees C) for short burst 3 minutes. Even if limits are exceeded, the silicone rubber will retain its insulating ability until wires are removed from engine.
 

Outside Diameter of Cables 8.5mm
Color Red
Boot/terminal Configuration Push-on
Country of Manufacture USA
Construction Type One piece, no cost saving layers used
Insulating Jacket Material Extreme heat resistant TC-1500-HS high strengthaerospace silicone rubber
Heat Resistance 600°F (320°C) service temp.1000°F (540°C)short burst 3 minutes
Dielectric Strength 8.5mm: 60 kV
Flexibility and Tear Strength Extremely strong and flexible 8.5mm canbe fitted into OEM 7mm separators.
Conductor Size 2.5mm diameter
Conductor Type Magnecor Metallic Inductance EMI and RFI Suppressed
Core Ferrimagnetic base
Windings 200 turns per inch
Windings Material Stainless steel
Resistance 2.2 kOhm ft.
Capacity 80 kV,2kVA. Limited by jacket thickness to 60kV unless spaced
Spark Plug Boot Silicone 600°F (320°C)