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Tuning your Spark Plugs for Maximum Power 07 Nov 2020 08:20 #49

  • Tor Fjelldal
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Check out the Direct Hits plug on capacitors from

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Tuning your Spark Plugs for Maximum Power 07 Nov 2020 09:01 #50

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Hey, Tor!

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Tuning your Spark Plugs for Maximum Power 07 Nov 2020 09:35 #51

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Tor may have stepped away to polish/use mjolnir (look it up)... so I went and looked it up.
He may have meant this: Here
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Tuning your Spark Plugs for Maximum Power 07 Nov 2020 19:24 #52

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Hi Tor- I used a set of Pulstar plugs in my '85 Subie 1.8L engine, years back before I did my Plasma build. Pulstar's are, of course the companion product to Direct Hits. I believe Direct Hits came out first on the market.
Anyway the Pulstar's worked pretty good for awhile, but started misfiring in maybe 8 months of light service. I never tried the Direct Hits, but I would give thumbs down on Pulstar's.

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Tuning your Spark Plugs for Maximum Power 08 Nov 2020 12:33 #53

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Tracy Gallaway wrote: Hi Tor- I used a set of Pulstar plugs in my '85 Subie 1.8L engine, years back before I did my Plasma build. Pulstar's are, of course the companion product to Direct Hits. I believe Direct Hits came out first on the market.
Anyway the Pulstar's worked pretty good for awhile, but started misfiring in maybe 8 months of light service. I never tried the Direct Hits, but I would give thumbs down on Pulstar's.

Tracy G


I'll testify to Tracy's superior knowledge of ignition components - he steered me towards my current choices for plugs&wires and they're performing just as well now after lots of miles as they did on day 1. Besides, the knowledge to DIY with the same results (or superior) is a lot less expensive in the long run over several vehicles/engines.
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Tuning your Spark Plugs for Maximum Power 13 Nov 2020 09:15 #54

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Ron - I'm sure I'm not the only one looking for an update from your install. How goes? as good as you had hoped or possibly better?
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