Originally Posted by AlexIVK
Oxidе in high voltage ignition chain is not something that was intended to keep good spark.
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I agree, oxidation will increase resistance to current flow but to what degree? Is it enough to affect drivability and performance? I'm sure OEM engineers are aware of this but I don't see anything in terms of a maintenance schedule for replacing or cleaning these components. If you vehicle is stock or has minor bolt-ons, I don't see the benefit or how it can increase performance.
Again, if you're not getting spark blowout thru your rpm band then you have enough spark energy to ignite what's in the combustion chamber.
In the end, it's your truck, your time and money. If you feel it has made an improvement to your vehicle and gives you peace of mind that's cool and thanks for sharing.