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quote:Originally posted by David SparkmanThe previous advertisement was not paid for.These sparkplugs have been around for 40 years. By having a center electrode (cathode) and a ring of anodes, the gap does not open up as the anodes wear away. As for plasma, that is just an ionized gas that happens in any spark. If you wanted to change the amount of plasma you would have to change the spark coil that generates the energy and make it larger. That would lead to more breakdowns in the spark plug cables.New sparkplugs are always more efficient, and should be changed as needed. But as for free lunches, there arenít any. People have been working with super computers for some time to optimize the gas combustion engine. You want better mileage, buy a smaller engine, or better yet, buy a hybrid. But first calculate how high gas will have to be to pay for the additional cost of a hybrid, and the uncertain life of a new engine design.I am on the road for the week: I will be in the South Bend, IN area and in the Milwaukee WI area, see you guys and gals.David