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SPLITFIRE SPARK PLUGS???

Anyone using splitfire spark plugs?? I have seens ads in superstreet and heard good things from my friends. I searched and found nothing. I was at walmart the other day and they sold them there, which made me wonder how good they really our. I guess they have like a split "v" electrode which makes better combustion. I put 2001 civic in walmart's little computer and it came back with a spark plug for my car. I was thinking of using the Denso IK20's but these are cheaper and available to me without mailing in for them. Any feedback on these spark plugs would be greatly appreciated. thanks!

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it breaks, i mean the metal v tip just go for the denso. [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-cool.gif[/IMG]
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bad idea, they're just a gimmick. if you're gonna get new plugs, get platinum of some sort, avoid the gimmicks. you won't notice that much of a difference though.
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I have Denso Iridium, noticed a slight difference in the butt-o-meter but it might be mental since I really wanted to notice where my $55 bucks went. Good luck
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I'll probably go with the denso's then since a lot of people on here said they are good. I think they might work better since I have the ignition solutions plasma coils. Thanks for the help guys.

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IDQcivic how much were the Plasma Coils? Any difference? I hear that the price is too high for the amount of gain that they produce.


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