Motovicity Adds E3 Spark Plugs to its List of Brands - Engine Builder Magazine

Motovicity Adds E3 Spark Plugs to its List of Brands

Motovicity Distribution has announced E3 Spark Plugs as the newest brand to its ever-growing line card. E3 Spark Plugs' wires, coils, and plugs help increase power, improve fuel efficiency, and reduce engine emissions with the use of DiamondFIRE technology.

Motovicity Distribution has announced E3 Spark Plugs as the newest brand to its ever-growing line card. E3 Spark Plugs’ wires, coils, and plugs help increase power, improve fuel efficiency, and reduce engine emissions with the use of DiamondFIRE technology.

The intrigue of these products comes from E3’s patented “diamond-shaped” ground electrode, which promotes flame growth through the shape of the opening into the heart of the air-fuel mixture and out the sides. Twenty years of racing-focused research and innovation has made it possible for E3 to be a growing part of NHRA and NMRA as well as now finding themselves on the shelves at Motovicity Distribution.

“Our mission at E3 has always been reflected in our devotion to the advancements in ignition technology,” says Rob Fisher, E3’s Marketing/Sales/Light Tech guru. “By focusing on improving the ignition cycles of the air-fuel mixture inside your engine’s combustion chamber, our products are engineered to be environmentally friendly with a more complete and cleaner burn.”

E3 Spark Plug products are now available for wholesale purchase through Motovicity Distribution. For product inquiries, call 888.SPEED.16 to speak to a representative and visit the all-new Motovicity.com

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