Plasma Direct Ignition Coils (All BMW Models)

by: Ignition Projects

*Note: The Coils are custom order and may take up to 3 weeks to receive them. 
These coils are manufactured by Ignition Projects in California. They are the US counterpart for Okada Coils.

Better than the BMW Factory Ignition Coils...

Current BMW engines today utilizes a direct ignition coil  to help ignite the spark within the engine's combustion.  Although revolutionary when comparing to traditional wire sets, the BMW factory ignition coils do fail and will cause engine misfires as well as check engine lights.

Active Autowerke has been using plasma direct coils for a long time and has never replaced any for whatever reason.

The Plasma Direct is the ignition coil with a high power amplifier built in to it.
The Plasma Direct produces 4 times more spark energy than stock coils and also generate an ultra fast, multi spark discharge of 10 sparks up to the highest RPM.
The spark amperage is increased 100%, allowing the spark to reach many more molecules, and therefore accelerate the ignition and combustion process.
The end result is a faster, more efficient burn that promotes performance throughout the entire rpm range.
This is extremely important in forced induction applications as well as normally aspirated engines.         
The Plasma Direct will increase horsepower and torque.  This upgrade will also reduce fuel consumption.  Even the engines with a legendary smoothness will be further refined with the Plasma Direct upgrade.  


Plasma Direct is made to a specific application. Please choose the correct model for your car.

  •  100% secondary current (Spark Amperage) increase
  •  4 Times Spark Energy Increase for the initial spark discharge
  •  Direct bolt-in to the engine, no splicing or cutting into stock wiring
  •  Easy installation. Only replace stock coils to Plasma Direct.
  •  Simply replace the stock coils with the Plasma Direct and you are ready to go
  •  Compatible with all OEM components
  •  Compatible with OBD-II (On-Board-Diagnostics)

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