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Old 10-17-2012, 09:15 PM   #1
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What do u guys recommend for spark plug OEM or aftermarket?
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Aftermarket plugs that are one-pieced designed, unlike the pos two-pieced designed ford put in.
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Old 10-17-2012, 09:34 PM   #3
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brisk plugs are the only thing I would ever run !! little pricey though but it is the best one piece IMO
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Do some research about removing the original plugs. They can break off. If you're careful they come. I got mine in one piece.
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Old 10-18-2012, 06:36 PM   #5
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Anybody else use brisk plug?
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Old 10-19-2012, 02:51 AM   #6
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I use them in my supercharged 2010 GT and I won't ever use anything else!
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Anybody else use brisk plug?
I've used them.. There great plugs and wouldn't really use anything else
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Do you see a difference without FI or nitrous? Just bolt ons and tune
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Not really. I mean you might feel a little bit of a difference and the car should run a little better that's about it
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Where can u order them domain?

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Where can u order them from?
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What is the best way to take out 2 piece spark plugs?
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Pay someone else to do it...
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What is the best way to take out 2 piece spark plugs?
Penetrating oil and lots an lots of patience. If its your dd, buy the Lisle tool before hand just in case you brake one.
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If Ford changes them and breaks them, they will charge a chunk to remove it. If you're careful you can do it. I changed mine with no breaks. The issue is when carbon builds up inside the head around the plug and allows the ceramic part to break. There are several links if you search here, I may have posted one a while back. The trick is to go slow, spray something that removes carbon around the plug, not too much and let it set for 15-20 minutes. Then loosen a 1/4 turn , tighten, loosen a little more, tighten , until it comes out. If you break one, they sell a kit online for around $80 to extract the broken piece. I think Ford charges around $200. Look it up, if you're careful it'll be fine. Ford is going to use an impact driver to remove it and may break one. I don't think you can buy the two piece POS plugs anymore.
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Penetrating oil and lots an lots of patience. If its your dd, buy the Lisle tool before hand just in case you brake one.
What is the Lisle tool and how do you know if you have two peice spark plugs?
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If they break they sell a tool to get them out it worked on my dads 07 f-150
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What is the Lisle tool and how do you know if you have two peice spark plugs?
Never heard of this company until this thread. I'm diggin it

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Never heard of this company until this thread. I'm diggin it

Lisle Specialty Tools
Just saw this company recently as well. They look like they have some nice stuff
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Here's spark plug repair kits for Ford engines.

TIMESERT ® FORD SPECIFIC PROFESSIONAL SPARK PLUG THREAD REPAIR KITS
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What r some good replacement spark plugs for a stock mustang with a few bolt ons?
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What r some good replacement spark plugs for a stock mustang with a few bolt ons?
Ford racing or brisk plugs
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Ford racing 0 degree is a good cold plug
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Ford racing 0 degree is a good cold plug
With a factory setup, is there any benefit going with a 1 or 2 heat range colder plug?
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With a factory setup, is there any benefit going with a 1 or 2 heat range colder plug?
I think, only if you are experiencing detonation. Other than that, I'm not sure it would improve anything. Many go colder if you're forced induction.
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you should buy colder plugs and a supercharger to make the plugs happy
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you should buy colder plugs and a supercharger to make the plugs happy
You foot the bill and I'll be all over that. Otherwise, it'll have to stay stock for awhile.
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