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    Default E3 Sparkplugs...Any good?

    Was recently having issues starting the hedge trimmer and found E3 Sparkplugs at my local Ace Hardware. It has an interesting design to it that ive never seen before. After doing a little research I found that they are also made for other applications including automotive. Does anyone have any experience (good or bad) with these? Click image for larger version. 

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    John Force, Don Shumacher, Warren Johnson,and Beer 30 user them, so they have to be good right?



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    And stacy david from gears pushes them along with magical royal purple.

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    Save your money ,buy NGK or Bosch

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post



    John Force, Don Shumacher, Warren Johnson,and Beer 30 user them, so they have to be good right?
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    Thanks for the info guys. I havent priced them in quantity but it was around $7-8 for the single. Even if it was a couple bucks less thats still a 50% increase from other brands. Im sure its still a timing issue but im trying to take a little stress off the starter so I will give NGK and Bosch a shot.

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    The E3s are great, for plugging up spark plug holes when youre painting an engine! Just popped a brand new set that's been in the top drawer of my box for 2 years to get an engine looking better!LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post



    John Force, Don Shumacher, Warren Johnson,and Beer 30 user them, so they have to be good right?
    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by monstertahiti78 View Post
    Thanks for the info guys. I havent priced them in quantity but it was around $7-8 for the single.
    that's because they last forever. never have to change 'em like the other designs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bp298 View Post
    that's because they last forever. never have to change 'em like the other designs...
    when you build a better mouse trap you can charge more for it .......

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