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E3 Plugs, Are they any good?

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    E3 Plugs, Are they any good?

    I have seen these on several how to shows (Gearz, and Muscle Car to name a couple..) and I am fixing to do a tune on my T/A. I'm looking for a good plug. these have caught my eye, just wondering if anyone has used them...


    Has anyone check out these E3 plugs and do you think they are good to put in our LS1s?

    E3 Advanced DiamondFire Technology

    Here's the web site.
    http://www.e3sparkplugs.com/technology.htm

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    No, just another marketing ploy, the spark makes no real differance as far as I know to how the combustion starts. No matter the electrode the spark will still be the same. Stick with Delcos or NGKs

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    Nope.

    Autolite, NGK TR55's, or Delco's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orcus79 View Post
    No, just another marketing ploy, the spark makes no real differance as far as I know to how the combustion starts. No matter the electrode the spark will still be the same. Stick with Delcos or NGKs


    When you say marketing ploy it is just like Royal Purple.....seems like everyone here states RP is very bad for our LS1s...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    When you say marketing ploy it is just like Royal Purple.....seems like everyone here states RP is very bad for our LS1s...
    royal purple is crap. they claim lower operating temps on their motorcycle oil and when i used it one time i saw higher operating temps...of a minimum of 5*F at any given time.

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    Autolites here. SHould have just used my Delco's over again, they were perfect. But they were out so I changed them anyways.

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