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Old 07-08-2013, 07:35 PM   #1
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Spark plugs for nitrous

I'm gonna run a 100 shot of nitrous. What plugs are best for this? Any recommendations?
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I'm gonna run a 100 shot of nitrous. What plugs are best for this? Any recommendations?
stock plugs will be fine for a 100 shot
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stock plugs will be fine for a 100 shot
ZEX don't recommend it, they said stock plugs only good for a 75 & under
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ZEX don't recommend it, they said stock plugs only good for a 75 & under
then just run the ford racing 0 degree plugs then
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then just run the ford racing 0 degree plugs then
What about plugs I can get at a local auto parts?
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What about plugs I can get at a local auto parts?
just get something thats 1 heat range colder than stock
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just get something thats 1 heat range colder than stock
Cool, is it better to go copper plugs?
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Cool, is it better to go copper plugs?
i use iridium plugs.
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i use iridium plugs.
+1 2 step colder.
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What's the heat range on stock plugs?
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What's the heat range on stock plugs?
motocraft plug would be 32c
so a 22c from motocraft would be 1 heat range colder
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I have autolite ht0 and I love them. You CANNOT use stock plugs on that shot.. It'll detonate every single time. Had a friend intake almost come through the hood becuz of that!
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I have autolite ht0 and I love them. You CANNOT use stock plugs on that shot.. It'll detonate every single time. Had a friend intake almost come through the hood becuz of that!
Yea I got this 100 shot ready to go just waiting on plugs. I ordered some Ngk's, similar to frpp 0 degree plugs
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Yea I got this 100 shot ready to go just waiting on plugs. I ordered some Ngk's, similar to frpp 0 degree plugs
Hit low 12 yesterday with 100 shot
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Hit low 12 yesterday with 100 shot
That's good. I run a 12.8 on motor & hopefully with this 100 I could break a 11
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Yea all I had was nos no bolt ons
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Yea all I had was nos no bolt ons
What did you trap at?
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That's good man, what tires where you running?
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Auto lite ht0's. I'm good friends with a store manager and know a few people in my local advance auto so I can get the plugs a little bit cheaper.
Autolite offers a 5 year warranty that many don't know about I burned a plug a few months back pulled all 8 and swapped for new ones no questions asked.

She runs a 12.8 n/a and have hit a 12.18@114 on the 100. With the fuel a little fat. Trying to get the a/f dialed in on the 100 soon and hoping for high 11's.
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Auto lite ht0's. I'm good friends with a store manager and know a few people in my local advance auto so I can get the plugs a little bit cheaper.
Autolite offers a 5 year warranty that many don't know about I burned a plug a few months back pulled all 8 and swapped for new ones no questions asked.

She runs a 12.8 n/a and have hit a 12.18@114 on the 100. With the fuel a little fat. Trying to get the a/f dialed in on the 100 soon and hoping for high 11's.
Badass man! I get my plugs tomorrow so finally I get to run the 100
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