are these e3 spark plugs from stylinconcepts web site worht the money???
Ah crap, you stole my thunder, I was gonna give the guy a chance to come back with some B.S. responce.horsepower tv on spike did a dyno test with a 383 stroker mule motor and gas consumption was less and made 6 more pony's on the dyno over other plugs
horsepower tv on spike did a dyno test with a 383 stroker mule motor and gas consumption was less and made 6 more pony's on the dyno over other plugs
yes it can by getting sampling data from the o2 sensor, if a delco plug is burning 80% of the fuel mix and a e3 is burning 90% it should be able to see the difference.so you think your computer can tell a brand new AC from a brand new E3 with no input from you or a tuner?
Send me what your smoking.
well if you would like to get technicolor then place your brain power along the path of this, during each spark there is for a couple nano seconds a build up of electrons on the surface of each ground electrode, then during discharge multiple paths are created due to the high energy of today's modern ignition systems, these multiple paths allow for a more efficient "drain" of these electrons. plugs like the e3 are designed to take advantage of this were as a single ground electrode design like the delco is more designed to give you a concentrated spark. e3's, u grooves, split fires are all designed with multiple ground electrodesTechnicaly electricity takes the path of least resistance so wouldn't the spark take the electrode with the least resistance? So even if you had 10 electrodes only one would still fire? Just what I'm thinkin...
so by changing the shape of the electrodes make more power? I am confusedThe E3 design is to make a bigger wider spark