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Old 19 May 2008, 06:57 pm
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Question Spark plugs

I bought the recommended by Crewzin. Has anyone heard of pulstar is this plugs another plot to steal your money.

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Old 19 May 2008, 07:31 pm
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Default Re: Spark plugs

The Pulstarô Pulse Plug is not just another spark plug!

The Pulstarô pulse plug represents the first technological advancement in spark plug design in the past 100 years!

This new technology is a drop-in replacement for all spark plugs, including those iridium, high performance spark plugs. Pulstar is designed to more efficiently ignite the fuel in an engine's cylinders increasing fuel economy, horsepower and torque. Pulstarô pulse plugs look and fit like spark plugs, but incorporate an internal capacitor to deliver a spark 10 times more powerful than a spark plug with less cycle-to-cycle variation.

Pulse plugs are safe for use in all vehicles and improve combustion efficiency in all spark-ignited internal combustion engines, yielding better overall engine performance, with fuel consumption and associated green house gases reduced by as much as 10%.

Well, if you believe everything you read, they sound pretty good.

I bought the new E3 Spark Plugs for my Vette but haven't put them in yet. Somebody is always coming up with a New & Better design and who's to say they aren't better?
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Old 19 May 2008, 09:41 pm
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Default Re: Spark plugs

Sorry, sounds like snake oil to me. I just spent under $6 and put the stock copper plus plugs in my modified 336 hp '05 SRT-4 which has the same turbo'd engine as the PT GT. It's a 12 second car and that says it all.
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Old 19 May 2008, 10:36 pm
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You can't combust gas more than 100% no matter how hard you try. The only reason I bought Bosch +4 was to eat up extra space in the combustion chamber to try to get another .1 in compression with all the extra electrodes.
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