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 Post subject: ZGR6B11's
Posted: Sun Aug 14, 2005 3:59 pm 
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Put them on my ed missed like f**k.
Took them out regapped them to 1.1 still missed like f**k.
Put my old BPRE527Y's(or something like that) back in and it ran fine..

I thought people said the ZGR6B11's where suitable plugs??? what the f**k is happening?

My car = ED 6cyl - XR6 Spec.
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Posted: Sun Aug 14, 2005 5:23 pm 
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did u screw them in to the tention that the manufacturer askes you to?
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Posted: Sun Aug 14, 2005 9:59 pm 
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yes like i said, i put the old ones back in and they worked fine. The only thing i can think of is the heat range. Its a lower heat range then my last plugs..
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Posted: Sun Aug 14, 2005 10:25 pm 
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eed-250 wrote:
Put them on my ed missed like f**k.
Took them out regapped them to 1.1 still missed like f**k.
Put my old BPRE527Y's(or something like that) back in and it ran fine..

I thought people said the ZGR6B11's where suitable plugs??? what the f**k is happening?

My car = ED 6cyl - XR6 Spec.


These suit an AU XR6 with a coil pack.Not other models.The heat range is different...

 

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 Post subject: Re: ZGR6B11's
Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 3:46 am 
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USELESS wrote:
eed-250 wrote:
Put them on my ed missed like f**k.
Took them out regapped them to 1.1 still missed like f**k.
Put my old BPRE527Y's(or something like that) back in and it ran fine..

I thought people said the ZGR6B11's where suitable plugs??? what the f**k is happening?

My car = ED 6cyl - XR6 Spec.


These suit an AU XR6 with a coil pack.Not other models.The heat range is different...


I had better go tell my EL that it shouldnt be running properly with those plugs... Bloody stupid car.

Maybe you had some rooted plugs. It wouldnt be the first time that its happened to someone.
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 Post subject: Re: ZGR6B11's
Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 9:23 am 
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arm79 wrote:
USELESS wrote:
eed-250 wrote:
Put them on my ed missed like f**k.
Took them out regapped them to 1.1 still missed like f**k.
Put my old BPRE527Y's(or something like that) back in and it ran fine..

I thought people said the ZGR6B11's where suitable plugs??? what the f**k is happening?

My car = ED 6cyl - XR6 Spec.


These suit an AU XR6 with a coil pack.Not other models.The heat range is different...


I had better go tell my EL that it shouldnt be running properly with those plugs... Bloody stupid car.

Maybe you had some rooted plugs. It wouldnt be the first time that its happened to someone.


I'd better go and have a chat with my XH which also like an idiot is running perfectly smoothly on these plugs.
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 Post subject: Re: ZGR6B11's
Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 10:03 am 
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edv8wagon wrote:
arm79 wrote:
USELESS wrote:
eed-250 wrote:
Put them on my ed missed like f**k.
Took them out regapped them to 1.1 still missed like f**k.
Put my old BPRE527Y's(or something like that) back in and it ran fine..

I thought people said the ZGR6B11's where suitable plugs??? what the f**k is happening?

My car = ED 6cyl - XR6 Spec.


These suit an AU XR6 with a coil pack.Not other models.The heat range is different...


I had better go tell my EL that it shouldnt be running properly with those plugs... Bloody stupid car.

Maybe you had some rooted plugs. It wouldnt be the first time that its happened to someone.


I'd better go and have a chat with my XH which also like an idiot is running perfectly smoothly on these plugs.


I'd better go and have a chat with my XR6, tell it to stop stuffing me about and start running rough as well......
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Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 9:50 pm 
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lol!!
the reason i bought them was because people on here use them.
is there a way (apart from the obvious) to see if the plugs are definately f**k??
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Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2005 10:05 pm 
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thats it im p****d off my eb,s running to dam good ,just joking to be honest when i first put them in it had a bad miss at idle but it sorted itself out dont know how.
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Posted: Thu Aug 18, 2005 6:26 pm 
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allans wrote:
edv8wagon wrote:
arm79 wrote:
USELESS wrote:
eed-250 wrote:
Put them on my ed missed like f**k.
Took them out regapped them to 1.1 still missed like f**k.
Put my old BPRE527Y's(or something like that) back in and it ran fine..

I thought people said the ZGR6B11's where suitable plugs??? what the f**k is happening?

My car = ED 6cyl - XR6 Spec.


These suit an AU XR6 with a coil pack.Not other models.The heat range is different...


I had better go tell my EL that it shouldnt be running properly with those plugs... Bloody stupid car.

Maybe you had some rooted plugs. It wouldnt be the first time that its happened to someone.


I'd better go and have a chat with my XH which also like an idiot is running perfectly smoothly on these plugs.


I'd better go and have a chat with my XR6, tell it to stop stuffing me about and start running rough as well......


Well all Isaid is that they are a specified xr6 au plug. BTW my car idled bad with them

 

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Posted: Fri Aug 19, 2005 10:56 pm 
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So to does mine, it runs like s**t with them, f@rt all the time. The heat range is to cold and causes it to miss, use the normal ones or the irridium ones for a proper burn.

 

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