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E3 Spark Plugs

Discussion in 'Large Scale RC Engines and Exhaust' started by Whoduh, May 10, 2017.

  1. myrcbud

    myrcbud Well-Known Member

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    When I get back to the Tampa area I'm gonna have to visit lauderhill and show you how it's done. Lol. So what's the consensus? Are you getting these directly from the factory or ordering from an auto parts store? Just so I don't purchase the wrong thing, is there a particular part number or just E3.24?
     
  2. William E Burrows Jr

    William E Burrows Jr Well-Known Member

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    Dear myrcbud,
    I will send you a pic. and the website.
    I ordered from the company and also got lucky at my local Lowes store.
    They go quick.
    Best Regards
    William E. Burrows Jr.
    AKA: Road Reaper Screen Shot 2017-06-13 at 7.00.11 PM.png Screen Shot 2017-06-13 at 7.00.11 PM.png
     
  3. Whoduh

    Whoduh Well-Known Member

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    Check Lowes. They might have them in stock.
     
  4. William E Burrows Jr

    William E Burrows Jr Well-Known Member

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    Dear Members,
    I went though 6 tanks of gas over a month.
    I am total sold on the E3.24 plugs.
    DDM agree's that the plug is a great fit for the Zenoah G320.
    Just try them and see.
    Best R egards,
    William E. Burrows Jr.
    AKA: Road Reaper
    AKA: River Reaper
    AKA. sUAS Reaper
     

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  5. edl

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    Been using E3 for a couple months now definitely easier starts (rarely use the choke) , smoother idle and acceleration got mine at Lowes
     
  6. William E Burrows Jr

    William E Burrows Jr Well-Known Member

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    Dear Edl:
    We have lots of narrow minded members that will never experiment with new or different stuff.
    If you are still using NGK plugs and not using a better professional racing oil, you are just handicapped yourself.
    Read my above posts and believe and take a chance, if not you will never enter Valhalla.
    Best Regards
    William E. Burrows Jr.
    AKA: Road Reaper
    AKA: River Reaper
    AKA. sUAS Reaper
     
  7. edl

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    What oil do you recommend?
     
  8. William E Burrows Jr

    William E Burrows Jr Well-Known Member

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    Dear Edl,
    I use what the professional Moto Cross Racers use Motul 2T 800 Oil.
    You will see and hear the difference.
    Plus it kept your motor very clean from deposits.
    Theres lots of good oils out their but I prefer the above.
    Best Regards,
    William E. Burrows Jr.
    AKA: Road Reaper
    AKA: River Reaper
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  9. edl

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    Thanks for the great info.