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Old 06-13-2010, 09:33 AM   #1
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Denso Platinum TT Plugs

i'm gonna try a set of these...http://www.densott.com/ for my next um...experiment.

might prove to show no gain in FE, but advance auto has them for $1.99 each until the end of june. not bad for a platinum plug.
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well i bought my set before the sale ended. the ground electrode part of the TT or twin tip looks like they pressed a die into the top of it to create the additional tip.

i won't be testing(installing) them right away tho because i had to purchase a couple of tires today. this obviously would interfere w/ true testing. stay tuned...
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Re: Denso Platinum TT Plugs

installed them last fill-up...no noticeable difference...of course.
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