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pulstar plugs

This is a discussion on pulstar plugs within the GTO forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; anyone dealt with them? are they safe for a gto? or should i be the guineapig?...

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    pulstar plugs

    anyone dealt with them? are they safe for a gto? or should i be the guineapig?

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    I would stick with the normal,what exactly are they what type?

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    they are a different type of plug, check out pulstar.com, they improve mph and hp. but they cost 25 bucks a plug. the site says they are safe but thats the site saying it.

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    rocket sceince eh?lol well i think i will do alot more research on this plug before I oput it into my FI car. NA, ok any time you add more hotter spark its going t effect something.
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    the lsx ignition system is a pretty good system right out of the box. I have trouble spending too much money on the ignition side of. The lsx coils fire hot as hell through some really short plug wires.

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    Bullshit more HP/MPG....guys if you have proper timing and compression then there is no difference between lighting it off with a spark or a blowtorch....now I have blown out my spark at high RPM's and had to go with the MSD coils to get the multi spark....

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    so what are some good ignition systems to replace to stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    Bullshit more HP/MPG....guys if you have proper timing and compression then there is no difference between lighting it off with a spark or a blowtorch....now I have blown out my spark at high RPM's and had to go with the MSD coils to get the multi spark....
    Any write up on this? I pulled off the engine covers the other day to look at the heads/coil packs and was wondering how hard they are to change out, since the MSD's caught my eye in my latest car magazine.

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    The coils in our cars are pretty stout,im still running them ,have seen 18 psi,soon will see if they can hold the flame for 22 maybe more PSI.when I start having probems ill go to the MSDs not spending all that $ till I do,all I run is the MSD8.8 wire then again the wires are very short on these car the spark dont have far to go,always a good idea to replace any wires on a yearly basis,heat kills them more then anything.

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    I have a brand new MSD LS1 coil still in the package I'll give you...then you can only pay for 7 and get 8. Of course you'll be my bitch for the rest of your life for one MSD coil but hey...what the heck huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrizioD View Post
    Any write up on this? I pulled off the engine covers the other day to look at the heads/coil packs and was wondering how hard they are to change out, since the MSD's caught my eye in my latest car magazine.
    VERY EASY. Just look at em.....you'll see real quick how to remove and reinstall....just don't break the lil plastic wire lock things like some big ass fat finger Texan shoving them lil bitty boogers back on......cuz if you break em you have to go look at trucks at the GMC/Pontiac dealership and when the salesman goes away for a minute steal the new ones off the truck and leave....

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    OK so everyone knows for the millionth time. Electricity follows the path of least resistance. it will fire to the closest point if they are all 100% down to the millionth micro the same it will divide its power and you will have 2 weaker sparks instead of 1 hot spark. If it improved mileage that much OEM would use them for cafe reasons alone.
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    I'll stick with my NGK Iridiums. Just swap and done.


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