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Old 03-25-2013, 07:01 PM   #141
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I am suprised that nobody is doing kilo-ohm inspections on the plug wires .
I know for a fact that Chrysler and Jeep dont last 25,000 miles
We don't have plug wires.

Most Toyotas have been coil-on-plug for over 10 years.
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Old 03-26-2013, 12:38 PM   #143
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Just ordered a new set from ebay ( thanx for the link WATacoRider ) so I'll get pics up of my 96,000 mile stocker plugs when I get them in and swap 'em

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Does anyone else run e3 diamond fire plugs? And why are there no high power coil on plugs for the 2.7L?
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Does anyone else run e3 diamond fire plugs? And why are there no high power coil on plugs for the 2.7L?
The plugs are snake oil.
"high power" coils are also worthless unless you are running serious boost and high RPM.

A spark is a spark and it's going to ignite the fuel. As soon as the fuel lights off, any spark remaining is wasted.

The spark will follow the path of least resistance to ground. Multiple ground electrodes mean nothing until the plug begins to foul... then you might get a more consistent spark, but there is still only one electrode.
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