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Old 03-19-2008, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default Anyone use Pulstar Pulse Plug spark plugs? Are they any good?

On Sparkplug.com, they are $25 each.
Are they better that NGK double platinum?

I don't mind paying extra if they are worth it.

Should I use OEM plug wires or buy aftermarket ones like the NGK - Power Cables

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No real reason to go crazy with it.

NGK Blue Plug Wires + good set of spark plugs (just oem spec) are good enough
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yup ngk blue wires+ngk vpower
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Stock OEM wires > All
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Default Re: Anyone use Pulstar Pulse Plug spark plugs? Are they any good? (raffydogg)

ngk the way to go
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Default Re: Anyone use Pulstar Pulse Plug spark plugs? Are they any good? (raffydogg)

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