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Old 06-17-2010, 10:20 PM   #11
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I tried Pulstar plugs a few years ago. My milage went from 9 to 15 right away. Plus, there was a huge increase in power and smoothness. I was so impressed I made a short documentary about my experiences. You can watch it our website. Look for "28,000 Miles" at http://www.XpeditionsTV.com

I kept good documentation, did the math, and was amazed.

As for why there are a few who don't see any change; I don't have a clue. They worked well for me though!
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I tried Pulstar plugs a few years ago. My milage went from 9 to 15 right away. Plus, there was a huge increase in power and smoothness. I was so impressed I made a short documentary about my experiences. You can watch it our website. Look for "28,000 Miles" at http://www.XpeditionsTV.com

I kept good documentation, did the math, and was amazed.

As for why there are a few who don't see any change; I don't have a clue. They worked well for me though!

I conclude that the reason the Pulstars make no MPG improvement is the computer.
The plug makes a more efficient burn and the exhaust gasses are read as 'lean' so the computer adds fuel. Ergo...no change in MPG.
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