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the +4s get terrible reviews by just about any automotive tester.

You see, the electrical spark travels only to the closest/easiest electrode... so if the spark only travels to one of the smaller four electrodes, it isn't gonna be as strong as if it connects with one, larger electrode.

From what i hear, the regular Plain Jane Bosch Platinum single-electrode plugs are the best to use.

This HAS been covered a bit before. Try the search button; this topic has been discussed in detail not to long ago.
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