Thread: E3 plugs
08-23-2010, 04:06 PM #1
Anyone have any experience with these? They claim to have more of a 'complete burn' particularly at low rpm, which intrigued me... .
08-23-2010, 06:39 PM #2
We tested them at work on our race engines and even a few street engines.
You will gain power if you remove old worn out plugs and replace with these new. Otherwise, nothing, and even some loss of power at certain rpms.
Think about this, that ground strap design does not help with the flame travel, it blocks it.
Try some side gapped NGK plugs. They are available like that, just not sure if they are in the heat range you need.
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