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J and J Auto
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1/22/2007
17:33:59

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I just put a set of e3 3.64 same as autolite 3923
NGK FR5.

Dam the plugs at 5.99 each free shipping from
amazon.com worth every penny

Dyno runs AP3923 .060 gap 186hp best of 3
NGK FR5 189, 191 .055 gap best of 3
e3 plug 191, 201, 197 3 runs

This is with road sim upto 60mph

My Mods 1993 3.9 V6 120,000 miles

from top
ram air
K&N
port match devider removed runners stock (16")
crank sensor mod
stage 2 chip
48mm F&B
head clean & polish
1.7 harlands
JBA
Carsound
pacesetter dual (preditpr)
IAT relocate
MSD 6a 8207 coil e3 3.64 plugs

And every other bolt on and free

This Is The First Time I HAve ever pushed a stock
internal, stock cam over 200hp at the wheels

The e3 MSD and all the bolt on's and mods there
is a posibility of over 200 RWHP
rear wheel hp

I also just got more ram for my laptop that I have
all the tunnner programs in GS Motosports, SMT6,
Unichip, Apexi I have them all in this old laptop
and now it is great this old CTX has been run over
3 times now and still programs all trucks in my
shop GREAT

Try the e3 its one hell of a plug for the $6 ea
over the halo at $9 ea

Larry
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1/29/2007
22:00:16

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who makes the e3 plug?



J and J Auto
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1/29/2007
23:43:39

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I am not sure who makes them

www.e3sparkplugs.com



NGK Vpower at 2.25 ea is an excellent way to go
The Halo at 8.99ea or the e3 at 5.99 for the guy
who is out for every hp he can squese out of his
V6

We have been testing the e3 and halo the most
amazing resaults we are seeing are in the foren
motors and the coil over setups 1 to 3 mpg gains
and 5 to 10 hp

The mitubity 3.0 V6 with the hemi head we seen
a gain of 11 hp wow from a spark plug

It pays to experiment and see what works best for
your particular setup

I also just droped the mopar V6 performance
computer on my 4x4 going to run 2 to 500 miles
on a learn and see what happens the mid range
has defenitly improved but the top end seams
the same around 100 110 mph feels the same

Larry
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2/21/2007
00:56:57

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Larry,

I'm glad to see that your getting good results from the E3 sparkplugs. It would be interesting
to put the E3 sparkplugs up to a head to head comparision with the Halos on gas mileage and increase in horse power to see which plug gives the most gains. Keep up the good work.

92 and 97 Daks both with many mods.

bludak
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2/22/2007
23:26:24

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When I look up the application for my 2000 3.9 it comes up with the E3.56 from amazon.com and summit racing. Any reason why you went with the E3.64? I have the stock ignition, maybe that matters. How do they determine the heat range on the E3?



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2/23/2007
14:43:29

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How did you cross reference it? If you said autolite 3923 it came up with E3 3.64 If you are running stock or some other plug E3 cross reference will be something else.



bludak
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2/23/2007
19:42:34

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I didn't cross reference anything, just went by application, 2000 dakota , 3.9 V6 and it came up E3.56. I don't know?



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2/23/2007
22:53:38

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did you try the ngk irridums they rock2




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2/25/2007
08:47:37

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If you go by application it'll give you the equivolent of a stock plug. If you tried autolite by application you wouldn't get 3923 either. The 3923 is a hotter plug for a Dakota with mods, hence the E3 3.64 plug as a replacement. If you've no mods use the stock replacement. Larry's refering to a hot plug replacement for 3923 and the results were better with the E3 3.64 It wouldn't be better for you based on your set up.



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2/25/2007
12:49:44

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allmost,,, the 3923's are "colder"
(1 range colder)



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2/26/2007
00:00:19

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larry, would you recommend something like this for a stock 93 5.2L or should i stick with the champion truck plugs?



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2/26/2007
10:25:14

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NGK FR5's



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2/27/2007
22:45:37

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ElmerFudd,

Actually the 3923 Autolites are one range colder than stock. Speedtweaks had an article about this where the 3923s were showing a 4 to 5 hp increase on the Daks. I believe that every plug Larry has tried in his testing has always been a cross reference to the 3923 Autolite.

92 and 97 Daks both with many mods.

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2/28/2007
15:09:36

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Yeah, colder not hotter. Guess I know just enough to be dangerous. I did order the E3 3.64 to try.



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3/01/2007
02:06:57

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I run 1 colder range

3.64 e3
halo 15
3923
NGK FR5

champ only has 2 ranges colder I have run 3922
in some aplications thats 2 ranges colder

almost all the trucks react very well to 1 range
colder plug very few do not this holds the same
in the V8s also

Larry
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