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I recommend this super high-performance spark plug that is both cost effective and powerful. It works great on our engines, is readily available, and has proven itself the best for both high performance and stock applications. I personally run it in all my bikes, from a nitrous injected 104" to my supercharged bike, and my 116 Vision..... It is the stock NGK plug that is OEM equipment

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I have a half dozen E3 plugs scattered around the base of my dyno. Any plug that makes that much "noise" on my inductive lead; can't be good

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VJ I am confused... What kind of plug are you recommending?
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Rylan said
I recommend this super high-performance spark plug

..... It is the stock NGK plug that is OEM equipment

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I have a half dozen E3 plugs scattered around the base of my dyno. Any plug that makes that much "noise" on my inductive lead; can't be good
Very confusing .... So is the E3 making a noise ? Is the E3 the stock plug?

Or is E3 a aftermarket plug that is good ?

I thought that all vic tuners liked the stock plugs ??? And even in 116 & turbo & blower were running the stock plugs ....

Any weblink available NGK E3 for Vic

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Very confusing .... So is the E3 making a noise ? Is the E3 the stock plug?

Or is E3 a aftermarket plug that is good ?

I thought that all vic tuners liked the stock plugs ??? And even in 116 & turbo & blower were running the stock plugs ....

Any weblink available NGK E3 for Vic
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Also Spark Plugs.....

http://e3sparkplugs.com/

http://e3sparkplugs.com/theme/pdf/po...rt_catalog.pdf


I think what VJ was saying is that 1 tuner (Rylan) really seems to like these plugs, while the other (KevinX) does not like them at all.

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Rylan said
I recommend this super high-performance spark plug that is both cost effective and powerful. It works great on our engines, is readily available, and has proven itself the best for both high performance and stock applications. I personally run it in all my bikes, from a nitrous injected 104" to my supercharged bike, and my 116 Vision..... It is the stock NGK plug that is OEM equipment

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I have a half dozen E3 plugs scattered around the base of my dyno. Any plug that makes that much "noise" on my inductive lead; can't be good
Not sure how this could be any more clear. Both guys recommend the stock plugs.

Look guys, there's no magic plugs. If you want to upgrade something, get some good Taylor or Accel 8mm plug wires.

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Clear as mud.... Till you read the post slowly. They both ''DONOT'' recommend the E3 spark plugs that most discount stores are hawking now days......

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Rylan said
I recommend this super high-performance spark plug that is both cost effective and powerful. It works great on our engines, is readily available, and has proven itself the best for both high performance and stock applications. I personally run it in all my bikes, from a nitrous injected 104" to my supercharged bike, and my 116 Vision..... It is the stock NGK plug that is OEM equipment

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I have a half dozen E3 plugs scattered around the base of my dyno. Any plug that makes that much "noise" on my inductive lead; can't be good
It's obvious to me that Rylan recommends the E3. His reference to the NGK plug is simply stating that it is the STOCK OEM plug, not that he uses it in his 116 Vision. I don't see how anyone can mis-interpret that ...

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The way I read it Rylan does recommend the E3 and KevinX doesn't.

Guess it isn't very clear if we are all seeing it differently.

So which is it VJ. Is the E3 recommended by these guys or not?
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VJ....can you dig up some Rylan and Kevinx quotes about what oil they use so you can clear that issue up also...

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