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Old 01-25-2009, 08:48 PM
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pulstar spark plugs

ok so i was waiting to do this product review due to the fact that after i put the first set of plugs in and they were misfiring, i contacted pusltar and without even sending the old ones back, they sent me 4 new ones. so they get a +1 for customer service. however, i believe that the plugs actually do what they say they do, just not on an H22. first set, misfire cylinder #1. this time, with the new ones, misfire on multiple cylinders. tomorrow ill be calling them to let them know and get my money back. so, final verdict.... product? not so good for ludes. customer service? top notch.
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Re: pulstar spark plugs

i have pulstar plugs on my h22 and they work fine for me. maybe there's something wrong with your wires? as for the power...i don't notice any difference but i have noticed better gas mileage.
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Re: pulstar spark plugs

IMO NGK platinums are the best for the H22.
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Re: pulstar spark plugs

everything was good on his motor. wires ect.... i was with him when we changed them out.... not worth the money at all
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did it return to normal when you put the old plugs back in??
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Re: pulstar spark plugs

well we just went and bought some $5 NGK's and ran great...
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Re: pulstar spark plugs

My opinion what you should have done was take the plugs that were miss firing set them aside and match them with the other good plugs that were not misfiring that way you could tell if it was from faulty plugs or if your car is just possesed and dosen't like them plugs lol
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Re: pulstar spark plugs

it was a random multiple misfire... trust me pulsars FTL!!!! waste of money. no damn spark plug with increase horse power or gas mileage only restore it..
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Re: pulstar spark plugs

I was always told to buy the plugs that came from the factory. People say they are the best plugs for that motor that is why the manufacture chose those plugs? Thats why I run NGK's :) lol
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