Spark plugs ??

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Why?

This product is a solution to a problem that does not exist.

Get a good set of NGK plugs, properly gap them and don't worry about it.

How much are these things anyway?
 

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ahhh!

I see that the many prongs is back!

bosch +4 Plats
Splitfires
NGK Multi prong

those were the old versions.

Long story short,

1 spark event regardless of how many prongs.
 

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Well that’s just that one style it’s says it better for boosted applications there are different ones but the thing I’m looking at is heat range ngk you can only go 1 step colder these you can go like 8 steps colder not just this style plug but this company itself
 

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Those triple electrodes were OEM on Volvo NA 5 cylinder engines. However, for the Volvo turbo 5 cylinders they used single electrodes. Food for thought.
 

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See everyone says one step colder but I just came across some info that says one step colder for every 100hp over stock? I’ve never heard that before till now
 

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See everyone says one step colder but I just came across some info that says one step colder for every 100hp over stock? I’ve never heard that before till now
it is best to run a plug then read the plug. Reading the plug will tell you all that you want to know about that particular plug in your application.
 
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