E3 Spark Plugs Small Engine Plugs – For More Fuel Economy & Less Emissions

E3 Spark Plugs, with unique DiamondFire technology, deliver higher fuel economy, lower emissions and improve engine performance for all small engines including: blowers, weedeaters, generators, and lawn mowers.  Test results demonstrate a 6-12% improvement in horsepower under typical operations, and increased fuel economy of 3-13%, depending on engine class.  Hydrocarbon emissions in small enngibnes after 50 hours of use was reduced by 42%, and carbon monoxide emissions were reduced up to 58%.  Outdoor power equipment lasts longer and runs stronger because of reduced carbon buildup. One particularly thrilled customer sent in the following testimonial: E3 lawn & garden spark plugs can give your lawn mower a power boost and reduce the amount of gas you'll need to...

January 28, 2015
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Hart Wins Again At Glen Helen Raceway

Record crowds packed the grandstands at the legendary Glen Helen short track for Round 9 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Truck series. Over the past two decades, E3 Spark Plugs Racing fans have made annual treks to San Bernardino to watch some of the world’s best truck and motorcycle off road racing. This year was no exception when the Pro Lite Unlimited trucks pulled on track for the penultimate race of the evening. Front row starters Sean Geiser in the ReadyLift/Bully Dog truck and FNTech/Makita’s John Beyer had a sold-out crowd on their feet for the green flag. A sold-out grandstand at Glen Helen Raceway stayed on their feet for the duration of the night when the Lucas Oil Off Road Truck Championship Racing Series visited the San Bernardino track for Round 10 of the 2010...

January 28, 2015
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Patterson Wins Southwick WMX

After a multi-week break in the WMX Championship series, the pro women racers returned to the motocross track for Round 6 at Southwick, Massachusetts. In Moto One, Honda Red Bull Racing rider Ashley Fiolek grabbed the holeshot and an early lead in the race. Unfortunately, for Yamaha’s Jessica Patterson, there was a seven-rider pileup and the series points leader went down in turn one. Up front, Fiolek was cruising followed by fellow-Honda rider, Tarah Geiger, and the green Kawasaki of Marissa Markelon. Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Sara Price was running in fifth place with a hard-charging Patterson working her way through the pack to sixth. For the "ump-teenth" time this season, Troy Lee Designs/Honda rider Tarah Geiger stood on the third step of podium at a WMX national...

January 28, 2015
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E3 Performance Spark Plugs Race Fans Pack Glen Helen Raceway

For the second night in a row, the grandstands at the San Bernardino track were sold-out for the big dogs in the Pro 4 Unlimited Class as E3 Performance Spark Plugs racing fans packed the Glen Helen Raceway for Round 10 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing series. Eric Barron was starting on the front row in the LAT Racing Oil/KMC Wheels Chevrolet truck next to the #22 Hart & Huntington/Grenade Ford of Josh Merrell. Barron would take the early lead ahead of Saturday night’s runner up, Kyle LeDuc. As trucks bounced off each other through the rough rhythm section, Merrell would bring out a full-course yellow on lap three as his Hart & Huntington Ford ended up on its roof. Pro 4 Unlimited driver Curt LeDuc took the time to pose for this Rockstar Energy Drink moment. At Glen...

January 28, 2015
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E3?s Kevin Probst Qualifies Front Row at Glen Helen

As the final group of trucks pulled out of the pits for the Lucas Oil Off Road Truck Championship at Glen Helen Raceway, a sold-out crowd were on their feet for the start of the very popular Pro 2 Unlimited class. Round 10 saw the MasterCraft/Rockstar Ford of Robbie Pierce starting on the front row alongside the E3 Spark Plugs Racing truck of multi-time champion Kevin Probst. This was the best starting position of the season for the #9 Chevrolet of Probst who has been plagued with gremlins and mechanical woes throughout 2010. E3 Spark Plug's Kevin Probst put his #9 Chevrolet truck on the front row for Round 10 of the Lucas Oil Off Road championship series event at Glen Helen Raceway outside San Bernardino, CA. Photo courtesy of Lucas Oil Racing...

January 28, 2015
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E3 Spark Plugs Small Engine Plugs – For More Fuel Economy & Less Emissions

E3 Spark Plugs, with unique DiamondFire technology, deliver higher fuel economy, lower emissions and improve engine performance for all small engines including: blowers, weedeaters, generators, and lawn mowers.  Test results demonstrate a 6-12% improvement in horsepower under typical operations, and increased fuel economy of 3-13%, depending on engine class.  Hydrocarbon emissions in small enngibnes after 50 hours of use was reduced by 42%, and carbon monoxide emissions were reduced up to 58%.  Outdoor power equipment lasts longer and runs stronger because of reduced carbon buildup. One particularly thrilled customer sent in the following testimonial:  “My name is David and I just wanted to write E3 Spark Plugs about their magnificent product and the...

January 28, 2015
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Canard Captures Lucas Oil AMA 250cc Championship

E3 Motorcycle Spark Plugs fans lined the track for the final 250cc round of the 2010 AMA Lucas Oil MX Pro National Championship this weekend at Pala Raceway Park just west of San Diego, CA. With back-to-back moto wins at Steel City MX the week before, Oklahoma’s Trey Canard had pulled within seven points of series point’s leader Christophe Pourcel. The Frenchman had high hopes for this year’s AMA finale having lost the 2009 Lites title to Suzuki’s Ryan Dungey after an unexpected mechanical failure sidelined his Pro Circuit Kawasaki in the penultimate race of the season. Geico Powersports Honda's Trey Canard dominated the second half of the 2010 AMA Lucas Oil MX Pro National Championship to claim his first outdoor title in the 250cc Lites class with a third...

January 28, 2015
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E3 Motorcycle Spark Plugs Salutes Ryan Dungey on Another New Record

E3 Motorcycle Spark Plugs fans salute Rockstar Makita Suzuki rider Ryan Dungey on setting yet another AMA Lucas Oil MX Pro National record. The cream of the 450cc crop throughout 2010 became the first rookie motocross racer in history to win 10 of the 12 championship rounds. Week after week, Dungey defeated the world’s best riders in the world’s most prestigious motocross championship. He certainly left little doubt that he is currently the “Best of the Best” by winning the final national at Pala MX Raceway Park outside San Diego, CA, this past weekend. Rockstar Makita Suzuki's Ryan Dungey claimed another AMA Lucas Oil MX Pro record becoming the first rookie in series history to win 10 rounds in the same National Championship season. Photo courtesy of...

January 28, 2015
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E3 Spark Plugs Racing Fans Packed Glen Helen Raceway

The E3 Spark Plugs Racing fans turned out in record numbers for Round 9 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Truck National Championship at Glen Helen Raceway. Located at the base of the San Bernardino Mountains in Southern California, Glen Helen Raceway has hosted some of the best off road races in history in both two-wheel and four-wheel categories. This year was no exception as sold-out crowds watched the best drivers in the world end up on their roof trying to find the fastest lines around one of the roughest tracks on the national circuit. Josh Merrell thought he was racing down under when the #22 Hart and Huntington Ford took a tumble in front of a sold-out crowd at Glen Helen Raceway. Photo courtesy of Lucas Oil Racing http://www.flickr.com/photos/lucasoil/ As the truly standing room...

January 28, 2015
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E3 Motorcycle Spark Plugs Fans Cheer as Windham Wins

E3 Motorcycle Spark Plugs fans love an upset win especially when the winner is one of the legends of the sport. Red Bull Honda rider Kevin Windham had the 450cc MX field covered at the Steel City Raceway for Round 11 of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro MX National Championship. The veteran motocross racer, who had not won an AMA outdoor national since 2007, has always been a fan favorite. After having retired from outdoor competition, Windham got “the call” from the factory Honda team to replace injured Red Bull rider Davi Milsaps. Some thought Red Bull’s move was just an easy way to add a popular rider under the tent to sign autographs for loyal motocross fans. Undoubtedly, Windham had different aspirations. Veteran Honda rider Kevin Windham (and daughter) hold a post-race...

January 28, 2015
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