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    Brisk tripple spark plugs??

    Look pretty cool. Anyone try anything like this?

    No electrode and produces 3 sparks each time it's fired


    http://www.briskracing.com/home.php


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    Want to buy a bridge?

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    Hahahaha, some of the answers you get on this board are priceless.
    I tried the iridium plugs and honestly for the money compared to the NGK's not worth the hassle.
    Guess with those you wouldn't have to worry about J gapping it. You might be able to go with a set of bosch spark plugs, they have the same thing, maybe they can cross reference the plug.
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    [QUOTE=shooter98xpl;1121156]Hahahaha, some of the answers you get on this board are priceless.
    I tried the iridium plugs and honestly for the money compared to the NGK's not worth the hassle.
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    What hassle are you refering to? ive been using the iridium since last year with no issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by o uncola o View Post
    Want to buy a bridge?
    which one you selling? he is adding to his collection

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    Anyone remember Nology wires and the non-resistor plugs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistonwash View Post
    Anyone remember Nology wires and the non-resistor plugs?
    My friend used to work there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OsideBill View Post
    My friend used to work there.

    Go slap him for me..he fried my Kawi cdi during a qualifier race in Macon Georgia!!

    If those ground straps come loose you are screwed.

    I could not tell a difference between the nology or OEM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistonwash View Post
    Go slap him for me..he fried my Kawi cdi during a qualifier race in Macon Georgia!!

    If those ground straps come loose you are screwed.

    I could not tell a difference between the nology or OEM.
    She was an office "hottie" in purchasing, now that I think about it she enjoyed being slapped

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