Do E3 plugs really do anything?

Matt_

I'm "nobody" to Rob...
Joined
Dec 19, 2009
Posts
1,306
Reaction score
12
Location
Central NJ
I get better performance in all of my vehicles after i wash them.

I'd imagine that the "performance" gains i get from cleaning my truck are about equivalent to the performance gains people think they're getting some super special spark plugs.

I agree with the previous statement- they're only seeing "gains" compared to "worn" plugs. I bet if they put OEM replacements in they'd have the same gains.
 

Lonesome7.3

By whatever means necessary …
Joined
Mar 25, 2010
Posts
3,296
Reaction score
0
Location
Columbus, GA
In my case, washing my truck would give me better performance.

I bet it is the ricer guys that are driving the E3 movement.
 

Faxcion

Diesel Killer
Joined
Jan 23, 2010
Posts
342
Reaction score
0
Location
Calico Rock, Ar.
Alright here is the skinny on E3 plugs.. Ran them in my truck for about 4 months so far and the way the side electrode is designed is it gives the center electrode 2-3 points to fire off of in the event that a "prong" gets damaged or corroded. Depending on the plug, the side prong should look roughly like this -

\|/ ..and for small engines --> \/

Thats why they can shoot for a lifetime guarantee on their stuff.
As for gains in the end its just a spark plug.

Thread revival btw
 

daddy

I'm too LAZY to Choose a Custom Title!!!
Lifetime Supporting Member
Joined
May 17, 2009
Posts
46,663
Reaction score
55
Location
Pawnee, IN
They cost more.
 

Members online

No members online now.

Latest posts

Forum statistics

Threads
28,708
Posts
1,101,756
Members
4,665
Latest member
NoraCate9
Back
Top