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I bought the NGK Iridiums recently at Advance Auto Parts, half price around $6.50 each. I was browsing their website and found the "E3" Spark plugs NGK offers at the same price, requiring 'no gap' and all this extra power blah blah. Is this what I should have got? I bought NGK Iridiums, the most expensive I saw on the screen when I went in. Make a difference? Should I return & re-buy?

Check them out:

http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductDetail.aspx?mfrcode=EEE&mfrpartnumber=E360&parttype=960&ptset=A

I got:

http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductDetail.aspx?mfrcode=NGK&mfrpartnumber=7316&parttype=960&ptset=A

Let me know before I install saturday!
 

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stay with what you have.

My reason why : The more that you cover up your plug gap with more electrode's the less you burn your air fuel mix. they are no better than the original, its just NGK jumping on the "more electrodes is better" band wagon.
 

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stay with what you have.

My reason why : The more that you cover up your plug gap with more electrode's the less you burn your air fuel mix. they are no better than the original, its just NGK jumping on the "more electrodes is better" band wagon.
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Spark plugs installed!

recommended: anti-sieze and boot insulator compound. My spark plug wires were so hard to get off of the plugs! The cheap autozone tool (yes I bought it because I couldn't get them off!) warped! I need to hurry up now and try to get either new wires, or a screamin' demon setup (hadn't budgeted for that ...)

FocusFanatics.com decals installed (pics soon of my clean car!)
 
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