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    Primary Language: Sarcasm Pony Racer's Avatar
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    Gimmick? or something to it?



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    Kindof sound too good to be true...

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    plug gap plays a big part in boost performance
    the more boost the smaller the gap and at 20psi .020 is required

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    plug gap plays a big part in boost performance
    the more boost the smaller the gap and at 20psi .020 is required
    Brisk silver plugs have been getting good reviews in boosted modular mustangs

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    for 18bucks a piece I would wait for someone reputable who has actually used them in one of our Skis. Interesting though.

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    Looks like somebody is trying to re-invent the wheel again. Would like to hear from anybody thats tried them though..

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    Last time the experts tested "snake oil" it always comes up the same way - BS - If it really work the car mans would use it to save on the Fed mandated Milage requirements - Save your money

    Sometimes a new set of standard plugs works wonders - Ask Myth Busters

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    Sometimes the method of testing product is skewed towards the extreme conditions of being possible. Matter of fact, this happens a lot more then you know........

    Example, maybe the plugs they tested against had two seasons to them and fouled.......

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    bump- curious as well

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    Seems like the same hype that splitfire plugs had when they came out. Yea they provided a stronger spark (or additional arc rather), but at the end of it all, were they really worth all that extra cost just for maybe 5ish HP?

    With a stock or basic engine configuration, I say stick with the cheap $4 OEM recommended plugs and just be sure to change them often enough/as needed.

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