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Old 12-11-2002, 04:33 PM   #1
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the proper sparkplugs

right now my car is all stock x-cept the 1G BOV, UICP and FP re-wire and a hacked airbox with the stock filter

everyone said USE NGKBPR7ES Plugs so i have been!!
but they seem to foul out after like 500ish miles
so i did some research and found out that your only suposed to go 1 step colder if your running 75-100 hp over stock

so i bought the stock plug NGK BPR6ES and it urns much better, pulls harder idles smoother

when i got the car it had some cheepass autolites in there and i never had a comparison ftom the NGK 6 to the 7

but my findings is that for ME, the 6 seems to be better than the 7


thats just my exp. with the plugs, i thought it was kinda intresting,

does anytone have any other useful info to add thats along the same lines?
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Old 12-11-2002, 05:42 PM   #2
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Besides making sure you have them gapped to .03 I think its all good
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Yup yup, .03 for up to 16psi and .028 for 17 and higher.
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Old 12-11-2002, 09:41 PM   #4
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