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    Spark plusgs

    I've been wondering if any of the new fangled spark plugs with all the different electrodes make any performance difference.


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    I've always heard to use the stock plugs in a doo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    I've always heard to use the stock plugs in a doo...
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    What ever you do don's use those bosch multi spark/ground plugs they will make your engine run like crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dpracing View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    I've always heard to use the stock plugs in a doo...
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    What he said. If anything only iridium from ngk is what I would recommend over stock.

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    I asked the question because I saw those Bosch plugs. Thanks for the helpful input all! I'll check out the iridium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crueldude View Post
    I asked the question because I saw those Bosch plugs. Thanks for the helpful input all! I'll check out the iridium.
    You're welcome. Also you can never go wrong with Iridium plugs they cast a fortune but are well worth it

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    OEM NGK plugs are the best..... your just wasting your time looking for a better "performing" plug. Iridium's only gain you a lighter wallet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    OEM NGK plugs are the best..... your just wasting your time looking for a better "performing" plug. Iridium's only gain you a lighter wallet.
    This is true to an extent. The iridium's also take a second to warm up to fire properly i have noticed that as well. But you dont have to change them as much depending on what your mods are and the do produce a better spark but as big daddy and i both stated they are expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    OEM NGK plugs are the best..... your just wasting your time looking for a better "performing" plug. Iridium's only gain you a lighter wallet.
    2 bucks more is not much at all. You probably spend that 8 bucks at a bar on a single shot. Since I rarely drink I don't mind it. But I can tell you I have put some hours on them and not a problem.

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