whats the difference between the ACDelco Rapid fire plugs and the ACDelco
What would you use? around here the platinum plugs are $6 each..
never check on the price of the rapid fires
Rapid fires aren't platinum:
they have a multiple split end conductor, kind of like a rapid fire type of
This makes for better combustion and better flame propagation in the
combustion chamber, supposedly?
I question that,
No doubt they are a good plug!
Better than Split Fires and Accels, because they're AC's. But the theory
behind the multiple fires just metal erosion, but they do get them to last
for a non-platinum. I agree fully. Let Auto-sputter, I mean Auto-Lite try
that, and to think I was an Auto-Lite Junkie for years?
arn't you confusing rapid fire's with split fires? looking at the delco
website doesn't give much info but by the picture a rapid fire is nothing
like a split fire.
my question was more pointed in the main difference between an ACDelco
Platinum plug and a ACDelco Rapid fire and which one would be recommended
over the other and way..
anyone wanna point out the best plug wires to use also.. I'm about to do a
Rapidfire's seem to give a getter burn, better lowend oomph.
I've used Bosh Platinum and didnt notice a difference (thats the main selling
point of the rapidfire), although the Platinums should
last longer , the Rapidfire seem to be the better plug.
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