These are great especially if you pair them with Okada ignition coils. Only downside is to get the coils and the pulse plugs will run you close to $900.
Yes, I read about them, interesting technology. No word about how long they last though... and of course (just like anything else that is just too good) not available in Canada, eek. (edit: actually, they are, ooops)
i read an article where these plugs were dyno'd in the real world and there were no power gains whatsoever. i dont buy into those plugs at all. if they really did work, why wouldnt honda sell them in their cars to begin with?The pulstars have been averaging AROUND 10 whp. Yes, just with the plugs. And these tests have been on a variety of cars, the most talked about a 350z with only 1500 miles on it and just an intake/exhaust. That one showed a 10whp gain after 3 pulls. Just for the record these tests didnt come from the pulstar website, they came from skeptical tuner mags. And dont anyone pull the dyno card on me, if you dont believe it dont buy em. Im not paying for a dyno just to test out spark plugs!
I can attest to this. I have them for about 2 months now, no difference what so ever. Maybe in the first 400-500 miles it did make a difference but not anymore. Sorry, but our on-board computer plays some funny games and compensates. At least this is my theory. Maybe it delivers less voltage to the plugs because it detects the huge flame? I don't know. However what I do know is that the power module on our cars has proven to be very restrictive in what we can and can not do to alter the fuel map. Maybe the 350Z power module computer doesn't restrict the engine so much.i read an article where these plugs were dyno'd in the real world and there were no power gains whatsoever. i dont buy into those plugs at all. if they really did work, why wouldnt honda sell them in their cars to begin with?
stick with OEM.