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Anybody try an E3 spark plug

Thought I might give them a try. Cross refrenced the part # E3.64 if you wanna try um too. Somehow I doubt Ill "feel the burn" though. I guess its worth the $6 investment to find out.
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dont waste your money


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I'm not sure they really do anything other than drain your wallet. Also I dont think they last long. I guess for six bucks you can try but I doubt you will notice a difference.

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I'm using NGK BKR7EIX-11 Iridium plug and I like it. The stock one went bad after only about 20 hours.
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I'm using NGK BKR7EIX-11 Iridium plug and I like it. The stock one went bad after only about 20 hours.
thats a great replacemt plug and will net a little power.....but there is a better performing one we use in customers bikes


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A better plug and wire/boot has to help.

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thats a great replacemt plug and will net a little power.....but there is a better performing one we use in customers bikes
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thats a great replacemt plug and will net a little power.....but there is a better performing one we use in customers bikes
what plug would that be?

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Just to be straight up i put the E3 plug in my 2002 silverado pick up and it felt weak compared to my previous acdelco irodiums. The E3 electrode was white (meaning good air/fuel mixture) but it caused my truck to throw a rich code on bank1 and bank2. It even managed to throw up an EVAP code. Since i just replaces the plugs 6k miles ago i didnt expect them to be the cause, but after some troubleshooting i pulled out the E3s and put in the ACDelco Irodiums and cleared the DTCs.... No more problems to sum it up personally that E3 plug SUCKS

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DL700 what plug would u suggest then?

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