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Old 02-17-2013, 06:18 AM   #16 (permalink)
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My bike has 33k on the stock plugs, gonna change them next month, probably go with NGK plugs. Cheap and I trust them.
LOL. I spit coffee laughing it this comment. Thanks for the laugh.
You have 33,000 on your original HD plugs but see the need for a brand that you can trust.. and the NGK is cheap. In my neck of the woods the HD plug is cheaper, and very dependable.
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Posts #88 and #89 in the link from above.
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Old 02-19-2013, 03:03 AM   #18 (permalink)
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i use stock plugs and change them twice a year.
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Old 02-20-2013, 07:35 PM   #19 (permalink)
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nyone know the best indexing for these engines?
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I would put the strap of the electrode at the bottom(5 to 6 oclock) with the open side at the top.
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Old 02-21-2013, 03:54 PM   #21 (permalink)
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nyone know the best indexing for these engines?
Not worth the effort in my opinion. Go ahead and index the plugs on your lawn mower while you're at it. You'll get about the same results.
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Yea, with 8 cylinders it's not a big deal either but it's just one of those tricks that's out there. A lot easier to do on a v twin though!
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Old 02-21-2013, 04:50 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I tend to agree the Pulstar plug probably won't turn your Harley into a race bike. What I did get a kick out of was everyones different preference in plugs. Most of us are all running Twin Cam's or Evo's. So why does everyone have a "best" plug? On stock bikes shouldn't there only be one best plug?

1. Denso Iridium plugs exclusivly
2. NGK (cheap and I can trust them).
3. Denso Iridium (runs like a top).
4. Chevy guys run Autolite or Motorcraft instead of AC.
5. Shovelhead days most guys had better results with Champion then HD plugs.
6. In my neck of the woods the HD plug is cheaper and more dependable.
7. I use stock plugs and change them twice a year.

What is a dependable plug? Do you guys really have problems with your plugs?

My '98 EFI Road King has 152,000 miles on it. I've changed the plugs twice. Once at 20,000 miles and once at 80,000 miles. So the plugs that are in the bike now have 72,000 miles ( stock Harley plugs). I use about a half a quart of oil between my 5000mi oil changes ( oh my God..not 5000 Miles!).

Even though Harley will tell you to change them more often, this is the age of electronic ignition and fuel injection. Most cars now don't need them changed for 100,000 miles. Why should a relatively new bike need them?

I'll bet most of you change them because they are relatively cheap.
Unless your engine is an oil burner or running real rich, I bet the average guy can tell no difference with new plugs.

My '89 FXR will occasionally foul out plugs. But the last thing I worry about on the EFI bike is plugs.

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A waste of time on an efi bike but side gaping can help solve plug fouling on the older stuff.


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Hello, everyone. My name is Mark Walker, I am advertising the Pulstar Pulse Plugs on the forum. I have been an authorized distributor for about 2 yrs now. Please take a look at my website: http://www.pulstar-incognitoproducts.com/
The Pulstar Power Sports series has a 30 day money back guarantee to out perform your current plugs... and a 2 year warranty! (the auto line has a lifetime warranty) This means there is absolutely no risk to you as a customer to try them... and then you decide for yourself. Thanks for your time & interest.
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Old 02-22-2013, 12:38 AM   #26 (permalink)
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I understand all the pros, cons, and favs, in this discussion... And my initial curiosity lead me to open this thread and read...

How does the Pulsar, by itself, change the power of an ignition system from 50 watts, to 1,000,000... Yeah, I could go read the info, but I want to hear it from the guy who believes enough in his product to come here and sell it... Don't spew what the company says, tell me what YOU know about your product...

Why does a car pug get a lifetime warranty, and a bike plug only 2 years?...

Do you ride?... Are they in you bike?... How much is the difference of buying 2 years worth of regular plugs compare to one set of yours?... We usually see things expire right after the warranty does...

Curious...
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Old 02-22-2013, 04:17 PM   #27 (permalink)
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I tend to agree the Pulstar plug probably won't turn your Harley into a race bike. What I did get a kick out of was everyones different preference in plugs. Most of us are all running Twin Cam's or Evo's. So why does everyone have a "best" plug? On stock bikes shouldn't there only be one best plug?

1. Denso Iridium plugs exclusivly
2. NGK (cheap and I can trust them).
3. Denso Iridium (runs like a top).
4. Chevy guys run Autolite or Motorcraft instead of AC.
5. Shovelhead days most guys had better results with Champion then HD plugs.
6. In my neck of the woods the HD plug is cheaper and more dependable.
7. I use stock plugs and change them twice a year.

What is a dependable plug? Do you guys really have problems with your plugs?

My '98 EFI Road King has 152,000 miles on it. I've changed the plugs twice. Once at 20,000 miles and once at 80,000 miles. So the plugs that are in the bike now have 72,000 miles ( stock Harley plugs). I use about a half a quart of oil between my 5000mi oil changes ( oh my God..not 5000 Miles!).

Even though Harley will tell you to change them more often, this is the age of electronic ignition and fuel injection. Most cars now don't need them changed for 100,000 miles. Why should a relatively new bike need them?

I'll bet most of you change them because they are relatively cheap.
Unless your engine is an oil burner or running real rich, I bet the average guy can tell no difference with new plugs.

My '89 FXR will occasionally foul out plugs. But the last thing I worry about on the EFI bike is plugs.

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on the "Oh my god, not 5000 miles!"

Looking forward to seeing a response to MacETAC's post above.

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Old 02-22-2013, 06:11 PM   #28 (permalink)
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1st off thanks for the question. Sorry for my delayed response, I also have a day job.

The Auto line has been out for 5 yrs now... it has been produced for almost 2yrs by Honeywell... the makers of Motorcraft, Autolite & Champion spark plugs. These carry a lifetime warranty.

The Power Sports have been out for over 2yrs now. They are produced in Albuquerque, NM... where corporate is located. They have a 2yr warranty because they will also fit a jet ski & a snowmobile. The expected life span is 75,000-100,000 miles, this is based on the auto line. In a well maintained engine... nor running too rich or too lean or burning oil, you should have no issues.

How does the Pulsar, by itself, change the power of an ignition system from 50 watts, to 1,000,000? Pulstar does not change the power of an ignition system from 50 watts, to 1,000,000. The ignition system functions normal, as it always has. Ignition power is not changed until it flows through the internal capacitor in the pulse plug. The power is compressed and released evenly over 2 billionths of a second (instead of 50watts for 2-3 millionths of a second). This is more efficient and also converts about 55% of in incoming ignition power to "Plasma Energy". The Plasma Energy is what creates a larger spark with more surface area... to burn the fuel charge quicker. The speed the fuel is burned determines the amount of stored energy extracted from the fuel charge. The Pulstar spark is not hotter, it is larger... the plasma temps are basically the same that is present in the spark plug. With no negative effects on any of HD's computer controls.

Do you ride?... Are they in you bike?
Yes Sir, I do & they are. I have owned an HD since 2000. I have a 2008 Fatboy & a 1996 Dyna, with an S&S 96" engine. They are also in my 1997 Ford explorer with a 5.0L V-8. And all of my friends use them as well.

How much is the difference of buying 2 years worth of regular plugs compare to one set of yours?
Pulstar plugs are sold as pairs (2 plugs) for 36.00. When you are cruising doing the speed limit or close to it... you are conserving energy. Test have shown fuel millage gains up to 10%. They will pay for them selves in better MPG. When you grab throttle you get more power, enough that you will feel... or you get your money back. This is also a very cost effective performance up grade. And Pulstar Plugs are priced in line with most high quality Iridium plugs.

To see the difference in the spark plug VS the Pulstar Pulse Plug, please go to this page on my website: http://www.pulstar-incognitoproducts.com/category/blogs/videos-blogs/ I use these demo machines at events all the time.

Thanks again for your questions, Sir. I have tried to keep my responses brief. If you would like me to elaborate on anything, please let me know.
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Old 02-22-2013, 06:57 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Not trying to be too big of a jerk but if they are so good how come you need a day job? Sorry not going to spend $36 on something just to try them. Now if you want to give me a set and they turn out as good as you claim I will promote the hell out of them but if they are not I will tell it like it is.

Been riding and working on Harley s none stop for over 40 years. I have tried a lot of plugs with big claims and so far none of the have been any better then the MUCH cheaper plugs other them some do last longer but that was it.
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