1964-01-01

An Evaluation of Transistorized Ignition Systems 640645

The requirements of the automotive and trucking industry calls for increased durability of the ignition system components, less frequent maintenance and improvement in overall engine performance. The conventional ignition systems are well on their way to becoming obsolete, as they cannot seem to fulfill the needs of today's engines, let alone the engines of the future.
The transistorized ignition system as we know it today corrects many limitations of the conventional system. In the transistorized ignition system, many limitations still exist. These limitations, however, are being reduced daily by the competent manufacturers that produce them.

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