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spark coil

n.
An induction coil used to produce a spark, as in an internal-combustion engine.
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spark coil

n
(Electronics) an induction coil used to produce spark discharges
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spark′ coil`



n.
a coil of insulated wire on an iron core, used for producing a spark in an automotive ignition system.
[1895–1900]
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Noun1.spark coil - an induction coil used to create sparksspark coil - an induction coil used to create sparks
ignition system, ignition - the mechanism that ignites the fuel in an internal-combustion engine
induction coil - a coil for producing a high voltage from a low-voltage source
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The electronic ignition system is from Moroso with a Champion single spark coil and custom spark plug wires from Roush.
This (flow of current and magnetic force) is the result of, and happens in concert with, the passage of magnets imbedded in the flywheel as they rotate past (with a small air gap) the face of the laminated pole pieces, around which the spark coil (ignition coil) is positioned.