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    plug comments?

    I was told I might be running lean...

    These good, bad...??
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    Hard to tell from the pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluUltra250x View Post
    Hard to tell from the pics.
    Yeah I had a feeling, couldn't get good clear close pictures....oh well


    Hey skip, can you delete this thread...it a waste of space!

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    play with the settings on camera and adjust the lighting, you need to be able to show the colr around the electrode as good as possible to make accurate guess. did you do plug chop or just pull them after running?

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    these are better
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    ahhh much better. They look good. Is that rust just below the threads?

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    those pics are much better but the plugs DEFINATELY shouldnt be rusted like that. The plug I pulled out of my detonated cylinder looked just like that

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    Light brown is generally what you want to see. Yours look good.

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    is it me or do they look pitted and rusted? maybe its just the picture

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    They look good from what I can see... You want them to be a mocha color... The rust however is not so good... It looks like your passing watter somewhere...Probably your exhaust manifold... You also want to look inside the plug where the ceramic meets the meatal and make sure you dont see speckles... look with a maginfyn glass and light inside the plug...
    Last edited by Inkaddict; 08-14-2008 at 01:03 PM.

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