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Old 07-29-2005, 12:44 PM
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E3 spark plugs, any good?

I saw an advertisement for these new E3 spark plugs, the ones with the diamond shaped electrode, and I want to know if these are really as good as they say they are. They claim to promote better fuel combustion, economy, yada yada yada marketing hype $$$......

I'm using regular Bosch plugs now, would I notice any difference going to these E3's?

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I think you summed it up quite nicely. B.S.
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remember "viper " plugs...or "splitfire".....
i call B.S. on this in at least one splitfire test the claim was made that they picked up 5 hp & some gas mileage..just by changing the plugs. Back in the carb days, you could do that JUST by changing the plugs.
install a set of the NGK V power plugs & go on down the road
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