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post #1 of 16 Old 10-21-2010, 07:02 AM Thread Starter
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E3 spark plugs

hey everyone, looking for any feedback on these e3 spark plugs that are supposed to be so technically advanced. i saw a dyno run with 3 cylinder with e3 and the other 3 cylinders with reg plugs, they show a chart of each cylinder firing and of course e3 is on top of the graph. however i also heard rumors that they burn up and pieces fall into engine. like i said its a rumor. but i wanted to know if anyone has experience with them? thanks
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i had them in my daily for a couple months, they were great for the first 5k got about 3mpg more but after 5k on them they were just like any other plug ive used, so now i just stick with what the manufacturer put in it when the car was built.
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I had them in my ls1 camaro and did not see any change. I would not wast money on them.

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you guys know im talking about for bikes right? i found them for are kawis?
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JUNK !!! and a waist of money, stick to oem.
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JUNK !!! and a waist of money, stick to oem.
off topic .bro is that the c2h modle u have in pic,i want.

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you guys know im talking about for bikes right? i found them for are kawis?
They would do the same in a car as they would in a bike.

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Been through many plugs in all types are bikes. Census is, plugs are plugs. Only difference I could tell is a fresh one in a 2-stroke for the first 10 minutes.
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yep thats the one
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thats what i figured i stick to the ngk
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OEM bro. If you want more spark, get new coils & wires (one & the same on my bike).
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I put them on my truck. no performance noticed besides slight increase in fuel economy
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Waste of money, anytime you put new plugs in you may have a increase in power and fuel economy.
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