3 electrode spark plug

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  1. truecruiser

    truecruiser New Member

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    The 66cc skyhawk kit used to come with 2 spark plugs . One was a standard single electrode spark plug and the second was a 3 electrode . I've serched hi and low to find the 3 electrode plug and cant find one . Can anyone tell me where I can order one or possibly tell me the make and number of it . My motor runs perfect with that plug but I get consistant engine spatter at steady speeds with the single electrode
     
  2. Davezilla

    Davezilla New Member

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    Just get an NGK B6HS or B7HS plug and problem solved...
     
  3. xseler

    xseler Well-Known Member

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    sboricic123 Member

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    Diamond Fire also makes a similar spark plug called an E3. But if you search the forum for E3, you'll see plenty of comments of the cost of them compared to NGK, and differences that some may have noticed. After reading the comments myself, i chose to stick with NGK B6HS for half the price of an E3.
     
  5. SchwinnStingray

    SchwinnStingray New Member

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    I just love all this consumer propaganda, 3 pronged spark plug.
    Electricity takes the shortest path to earth, I can't see a spark wanting to split into 3 to get to ground quicker, it would be three weaker sparks than one strong one...The spark is best to form one path, to the easiest, cleanest, closest way it can get to earth.
     

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