Wow! You're one up on us here! We're just in the early stages of taking on Pulstar Plugs and I just loaded all of their part numbers and the FAQs to our site on friday afternoon. I haven't started on the make/model/year data yet, but that should hopefully be up early next week.
Pulstar has set some pretty high expectations for their plugs with their advertising claims, some of which you read on our site. They claim that their plugs will increase power and torque enough that it will produce noticible increased power and acceleration, or if you don't use the extra power in that way, it would manifest itself in gas mileage improvements. We have a dyno set up for the end of this month on an SRT-4. We'll be comparing pulstar's plugs with ngk standard nickel and ngk iridiums to see what kind of numbers we get. We'll be able to answer some real questions then about Pulstars capabilities, something that i'm keenly interested in as you are. In a few months from now, we hope to run the same test on a truck or suv and include a mileage test with it. If you'd like to wait and see how pulstar plugs perform in our dyno, just send me an email the beg. of december. If you'd like to get a head start, i would be willing to arrange a discount on a set of plugs for your vehicle in exchange for getting some feedback on them from you, and i'm sure other dodgetalk.com forum members would be very interested in your feedback as well. And if they don't work well and you want to send them back, they do have that 30 money back guarantee that we will, of course, honor.
Let me know what you think, and thank you for your interest!
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