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Old 08-05-2005   #1
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Time for a tune up need some info...

Hi guys this will be my 2st post so please bare with me. I need to be a tune up on my 2001 EX. Im going to go back with 8mm or 9mm wires and I wanted to know more about this Plasma Booster Does it give you more power? will it hurt my motor? oh and what plugs should I go with?

Also can some one please give me a site with info on buying a Plasma Booster.

Thanks for any and all help...
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plasma booster for your plugs? does absolutley nothing. save yourself the installation time and send me the money through paypal. btw welcome to the site
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Hi guys this will be my 2st post so please bare with me. I need to be a tune up on my 2001 EX. Im going to go back with 8mm or 9mm wires and I wanted to know more about this Plasma Booster Does it give you more power? will it hurt my motor? oh and what plugs should I go with?

Also can some one please give me a site with info on buying a Plasma Booster.

Thanks for any and all help...
you might as well leave the tune up to a technician who knows about cars, cause you seem to not have much knowledge of yours. Our cars dont have plug wires, so how can you go back with 8 or 9mm wires? We have coil on plug ignitions.
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Plasma boosters won't do very much and like streetglower said, you might want to take it to a technician who knows that you don't have spark plug wires...
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damn, i feel like an idiot...i thought every motor vehicle had spark plug wires.. i was gonna PM dezod about his GB on the spark plugs about pairing them up with wires lol
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Something everyone forgot to say


PLATINUM or better plugs ONLY!!

Copper (dunno why unless someone else can inform me) isn't good for these cars

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PLATINUM or better plugs ONLY!!

Copper (dunno why unless someone else can inform me) isn't good for these cars

It the distributless igintion needs high end plugs, copper has higher resistance than Iridium or platinum, or something like that.
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copper plugs make the voltage drop way down.
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