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Old 08 Dec 2004, 06:30 pm
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Has anyone seen the new ads in the magazines for the E3 spark plugs? There's good write-ups in Popular Science, Hot Rod, Super Street and others.

I wrote them to see about a crossover for the PT.....

Thank you for your interest in E3 Spark Plugs. We do not currently make the crossover to the RE14MCC5 Champion plug which fits your PT Cruiser. It is a fairly new plug in the aftermarket and has a relatively low demand. We will continue to monitor movement and add it to the assortment when it is feasible.

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Haven't seen/heard about them. What's their claim to fame? [:I]
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Read all about it, Don.

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D'oh. I get it - E 3 - 3 Electrodes. I am leery of those - Bosch has a plug with 4 electrodes - seems to me you'd have multiple gaps, not exactly equal, and spark would take shortest gap anyway, but what do I know? [:I]
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Go around come aroud. It is amazing how stuff comes around again from the past...Does anybody remember Fireinjectors that JC Whiteny sold back in the 50s and the 60s. It had four electrodes on it. I used a plud in the 70s called Auburn TC3. It has three on it. The bottom line is that in aviation they have been using this type of plug in the gas powered engines since the 50s....nothing new...
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Go around come aroud. It is amazing how stuff comes around again from the past...Does anybody remember Fireinjectors that JC Whiteny sold back in the 50s and the 60s. It had four electrodes on it. I used a plud in the 70s called Auburn TC3. It has three on it. The bottom line is that in aviation they have been using this type of plug in the gas powered engines since the 50s....nothing new...
Yeah, these things rear their heads every few years. There is always a new crop of guys to sell them to that will think it is something new and revolutionary.
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Bosch has a 4 electrode plug http://www.boschusa.com/AutoParts/Sp...PlatinumPlus4/
No PT Turbo crossover that I can see. I didn't look for N/A.
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