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Pulsar Plugs

A few days ago I had a member send me a PM about what kind of spark plugs to use (I don't know why me, but thats irrelevant) I recoomended NGK iridium and that was kind of the end of the conversation. So, over the last week or so, I've done some research on my own (here on PZ, and elsewhere on other forums such as G35, A solstice forum, and JXN. I've been gathering information on (what seems to be) the best spark plugs I've heard of yet.

The Product:
Pulsar pulse plugs

Est Price:
$25/Plug

Est Hp Gain:
10-15 Whp (As test on a 350Z I believe)

So, with that being said, can anyone vouch as to they quality and gains? They are made for stock and mildly modded engines (sorry turbo and built guys)

Here is some information that I found around. I thought you guys might be interested in some of the information I've seen...

In the third link down, a guy dave from modified mag (who I am infact a subscriber of) vouched what was pretty much said in Dsport.

http://www.g35driver.com/forums/inta...ark-plugs.html
http://jxnunderground.dotnetpark.inf...x?PostID=79566
http://www.my350z.com/forum/engine-a...ml#post5058897
http://www.sparkplugs.com/glossaryImage.asp?imgID=499
cheap easy mods/parts

Also, This is for a 94 Si-Vtec Model prelude. I thought you may be interested in this also...
http://www.sparkplugs.com/results_ap...1&AAIA=1170087

I'm not sure if this happens to just be an awesome plug on the VX35's, but I've only really heard good things about them. I've seen some bad, but the pro's seem to outweight the con's here.
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Re: Pulsar Plugs

same here i've heard great reviews on pulsar.
if anyone reads import tuner mag.
they really recommend getting yourself a set of these badboys
i myself havent tried them. but i do run NGK Platinum.
no problems but i wish i had iridium.
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Re: Pulsar Plugs

The jury is still out on these plugs. There have been numerous threads on numerous forums with people having mixed success. The success people don't ever really give dyno numbers and the failure people have said the plugs break apart and have given them engine damage.

So I wrote to Pulstar and inquired about if they make a colder range of plugs for those of us running F/I setup. They said that they are currently developing them, but they aren't for sale yet.

My question is, I have the Nology Hotwires, which operate under a similar principle of storing up the current and letting it go at once in a more powerful spark. If I put these plugs on, will their energy storing properties interfere with each other? Or will it make for a super powerful charge?

Either way, I believe they work, but I won't get them until I see a colder heat range in production.
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