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    NGK - DCPR9E part number?

    Bout time I go colder but I can't find the one with a removable terminal. Anyone got a set for a quick reference?


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    Stick with stock plugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhill19 View Post
    Stick with stock plugs
    Think it will foul?

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    yes, no need for a colder plug or iridium. My ski runs high compression on a 16 lb charger without issue at over 9,000 rpm

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    k. Weird, but okay.

    Thanks guys

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    If they foul out they're cheap enough to change out. I get mine for 2.50 a piece at autozone

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    A year warranty also

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADAMBOMB View Post
    A year warranty also
    Only you would expect a warranty on a spark plug

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