High voltage bag?

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  1. eleeg

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  2. Wendy

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    Is this for a racing circuit, or are you going to drive this on the streets?
     
  3. eleeg

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    Not a racing circuit, but I will driving it on the streets.
     
  4. yourownfree

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    The High Voltage BAC stands for " I don't know" but I can say this it has two resistors that come from it. It will reduce noise if you need to use radios of any kind in your rig, and it is just a part of the spark plug cable system. Some spark plug cables have resistance already built in. Buy them that way, made for newer cars. The older cars did not have resistive wire. Also I think it protects the coil from over current to the load, keeps it under control.. The coil and the flip flop circuit that probably drives the coil is the square box in your diagram.that produces the HV in the diagram. without visually seeing it not sure. must be the cdi unit. in the parts book
     
  5. Wendy

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    Then that makes it automotive.

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