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dode
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 417
posted September 04, 2002 10:06 AM UIN: 13209501
Ok...I need to get a new set of spark plugs for the car, and I could use some recommendations. Anyone have any? What about heat ranges? The ones we have now are like 26. Is this sufficient, or should I maybe go a step or two hotter just incase we still burn a little oil, to try and keep from fouling plugs. Would this have any negative effect? Thanks.

John

nut3d
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 161
posted September 04, 2002 09:02 PM
I would recomend useing NGK UR4 plugs sence they are made for racing. But they are a little pricey though.

KPLugnut
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 408
posted September 05, 2002 08:31 AM
I would say go check out the Silverstone plugs made by Nology.
http://www.nology.com

They are hands down the most durable, and forgiving with heat range and anti-fouling plugs we've ever used. No matter what the application.

Yes, they're pricey, but they also last a LOT longer than any other brands.

We have several of our carb customers running them, as well as others we've sent their way, and none have had anything but good results.

Hope that helps,
KPLugnut

rico 08
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 372
posted September 09, 2002 02:17 PM
I WOULDN'T GO HOTTER YOU MAY GET INTO DETONATION TRY NON EXTENDED TIP PLUGS LIKE R44 AC'S THESE WORK WELL YOU CAN CROSS IT OVER TO AN AUTOLITE IF YOU WANT TO STAY WITH THE SAME BRAND.

outlawstock17
Dirt Forum Champ
Total posts: 620
posted September 09, 2002 07:38 PM
while were on the subject of spark plugs, does anyone know where to get surface gap spark plugs?

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