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Bosch Platinum 4, Splitfire? Worth it?

Questions and comments about various aftermarket parts and companies who sells these parts. You could also review sellers you've purchased from.

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Junker
Posted: Sat Feb 18, 2006 12:55 pm
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Its mostly a mind thing. Why i time myself 0-60 about 10 times and do an average, then i did it after i got new plugs and K&N Filters. No difference, except gas milage.
 

 
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camarofan1970
Posted: Fri Sep 08, 2006 3:52 am
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I installed Bosch Platinum #2's with MSD Super Conductor wires. I did see a difference, but may have just been the wires. I have also recently installed a MSD Cap n' Rotor with great results. Probably because my other one was shot. I just know that I have a fine running LT1 now. CC
 

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Adam228
Posted: Fri Mar 02, 2007 3:38 pm
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I have had them in two diffferent cars, 3.1 beretta and 2.8 s-10 (not by choice, happened to buy both of the cars from a friend who swore by the plugs) they were garbage, at six bucks a plug they didnt run any different at first and burnt up in less than 20,000miles of normal driving, actually ran worse, rough idiling, hesitating to accelerate. I think your best bet is just a single platinum plug. Plugs and beefed up ignitions really dont make much difference unless your running alot of hp or have a nos setup.
 

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