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Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2006 2:56 am 
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Finally got round to changin me plugs on the weekend. Fixed the problem no worries, got s**t loads more power to , especially down low rev range, my plugs must have been really rooted. It had motorcraft ones on them. Are they a crap brand?????

 

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Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2006 4:46 pm 
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Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2006 2:33 pm 
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Screamer wrote:
Finally got round to changin me plugs on the weekend. Fixed the problem no worries, got s**t loads more power to , especially down low rev range, my plugs must have been really rooted. It had motorcraft ones on them. Are they a crap brand?????


Good to hear. I have a near identical problem with my EF mont. I was thinking Leads / plugs could be the issue. I was gonna replace em anyway soon, but now I know it could do a lot more good than i first thought. Was gonna go with NGK plugs/leads. I hear they work pretty well.

n00b question: is there a particular NGK type to use? Or just whatever?

 

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Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2006 2:59 pm 
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Ragvaror wrote:
Screamer wrote:
Finally got round to changin me plugs on the weekend. Fixed the problem no worries, got s**t loads more power to , especially down low rev range, my plugs must have been really rooted. It had motorcraft ones on them. Are they a crap brand?????


Good to hear. I have a near identical problem with my EF mont. I was thinking Leads / plugs could be the issue. I was gonna replace em anyway soon, but now I know it could do a lot more good than i first thought. Was gonna go with NGK plugs/leads. I hear they work pretty well.

n00b question: is there a particular NGK type to use? Or just whatever?


i've heard others talk about NGK iridiums. i have bosch super 4's in mine, no probs yet after 15,000ish k's

 

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