Anyone ever used this sparkplug?

Discussion in 'Spare Parts, Tools & Product Developement' started by rockvoice, Apr 9, 2009.

  1. rockvoice

    rockvoice Member

    I was at Home Depot today (for something else) and saw this spark plug i think is called E 3 . Its like a splitfire 2 electrodes so i got one (check the number for the ngk or champion equivilent you want to use) and got a very noticable improvement in smoothness and responsiveness.
    it says "diamond fire technology" and Claims up to 12% performance increase.
    found it in the lawn mower dept.

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  2. fetor56

    fetor56 Guest

    I'm rather sceptical about their claims:
    Increases Horsepower
    Improves Fuel Economy
    Reduces Emissions
    Longer Engine Life

    It's a spark plug & as far as i know they can only spark through one electrode at a time,but if u think it's better stick with it...........i'll keep my NGK. :grin5:
  3. POPS

    POPS Member


    I saw this funkie plug at Canadian tire that has 1 electrode and 4 really different contact points. You don't even gap them. Real pricey @ 12.00 CAD. but I might take a look see. I'm always up for new tech...POPS
  4. fetor56

    fetor56 Guest

    POPS....I'm always open for improvement too but i've seen many spark plug ideas(with outlandish claims) come & go & the old Champion/NGK combination is still here.
    If the general consensus of opinion by ppl who have used them say their great & work better i'll order one as a test case.........silly to automatically dismiss something just cos your sceptical.
  5. fm2200

    fm2200 Member

    Thanks Rockvoice, Just be sure to pull out the plug and check to see how the color is, too much spark will burn a hole clean through the piston. I will try this out for sure, I appreciate your posting this new spark plug.
  6. rockvoice

    rockvoice Member

    Thanks, i will check the plug. My nay-sayin buddy tried one today also and he loves it.
  7. pooja84

    pooja84 Member

    Using spark plug definitely improves performance with increased efficiency.For more information check
  8. augidog

    augidog New Member

    i used one on my racing tanaka 32cc. paid way too much (online) and didn't get much extra bang for the buck...after it got hot, it wouldn't start...turned out the gap was widening on it's own.
  9. jared3377

    jared3377 Member

    I use 'em and love 'em! They say you'll "never have to buy another plug," but I'm on my second. Yeah, they're a little more spendy, but I swear by 'em!
  10. bamabikeguy

    bamabikeguy Active Member

    I did a search to make sure MBfolks knew....My buddy Jack put one on one of his bikes, and it passed his Whizzer in a race.

    Heres a page of searches, with some reviews:,+spark+plug,+lowes&btnG=Search&aq=f&oq=&aqi=

    Now he's replacing every plug he has with these things, he says everything starts on the first pull.

    I'll put one in my Tanaka, RS and Ford Tempo this weekend, report the results.

    $4.99 each is what he paid.
  11. radrob

    radrob Member

    got a part #
  12. GearNut

    GearNut Active Member

    Yes, and I am really impressed by them.
    Before, my engine was tempermental to start and now it starts very easily.
    The bike tops out at around 35 MPH with nothing special done to the engine and runs as smooth as I can expect from a cheap 2-stroke.
    I have a EV10 in it right now but I read on this site that it may be too hot.
    The color is spot on dark brown so I will keep an eye on it and do a few plug chops.
    It seems that an EV12 (colder plug) is recommended for the happy times engines.
    If my plug gets too white at high speeds then I will make the change.
    Around here they cost around $6.45 after tax.

    This design also sounds promising, and has a deeper history behind it.
    Last edited: Aug 11, 2009