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Old 10-07-2010, 06:25 AM   #1
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E3 Spark plugs in Honda VX -or in general-

Has anyone every tired using those E3 spark plugs in a Honda VX? Did your mileage go up? I?d love to hear your feedback.

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generally speaking (and I am speaking just for myself) I stick with OEM. I would spend money on a mileage meter. I personally like the scangauge but you can't use that because of the obd-1 or 0 or something. I think there are DIY options though like MPGuino (or something like that)

I don't really think spark plugs are really going to make that big of a difference anyway.

there again, that is my opinion
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Re: E3 Spark plugs in Honda VX -or in general-

http://www.gassavers.org/showthread....ght=spark+plug

my good friend Diamond Larry did some testing of different spark plugs. no appreciable gain from one to the next. true, all vehicles react differently to different mods, but i doubt spark plugs will yield measurable gains in any app.

rule of thumb(for me personally)...

buy the OEM or cheapest plug you can find on 4 cyl cars (and easy to change plugs on 6 and 8 cyl). however, for difficult to reach plugs(like my wife's camaro), i use a long lasting platinum(or similar) plug to avoid changing them as often.
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