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Company History

iBOOSTER is a technology company that develops ignition accessories for improved performance of combustion engines.  The primary innovation improves the flow of electricity for a better, cleaner, ignition that improves combustion engine performance.

Most combustion engines have an inefficient fuel burn though all car, motorcycle, and recreational vehicle manufacturers seek to improve on the engines performance on three fronts: power, efficiency and environmental standards. Technologies have advanced the combustion engines performance over the last few decades in 3 key areas: fuel admission, via new fuel injection systems, exhaust systems with catalysts that retain toxic particles and intelligent ignitions that burn fuel more efficiently.  All seek to address the requirement to develop engines that run on less fuel yet achieve more performance with less pollution.

Regarding the latter, ignition systems have had substantial R&D investments considering that the bottleneck for a better running engine is its capacity to burn fuel efficiently under different engine applications.  Subsequently, the rise of intelligent ignitions and variable ignitions as a standard for the OEM’s became inevitable.  Currently most car and motorcycles sold have a type of sophisticated ignition system regulating the rate of fuel burn at different engine loads. However, there is still inefficiency in these modern ignition systems.

iBOOSTER’s patented technology focuses on providing a simple add-on product to any ignition system allowing for the electricity to flow through in such a manner that allows for a more complete fuel burn generating less harmful byproducts. The iBOOSTER can be fitted to all gas spark ignition engines, there is an iBOOSTER available for all applications including stick coil, direct plug type coils.

In summary, electricity flows ignition systems at varying voltages and speeds.  When this electricity enters the combustion chamber its job is to ignite the fuel mixture.  Yet the fuel mixture does not burn as quickly as the chemical reaction takes a substantial amount of time when compared to the speed of electricity. Only a portion of the fuel is being burnt with the remainder released to the atmosphere (albeit to the exhaust catalyst).  With the ICAT technology added to the ignition system, the same amount of electricity will flow yet in a slower manner allowing for the spark to stay “on” in the combustion chamber enough for the fuel mix chemical reaction to take place more fully.