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Old 06-06-2012, 07:21 PM   #1
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New spark plugs

Hat are the best plugs to get and is it a hard task to change them? What all is neede to change them? And would I need any special tools??
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All you need is a 7mm wrench to take off the COPs, a 5/16 or flat head for the intake tubing and your spark plug socket. Take your intake tubing off and use the 7mm to take out the COPs and pull them out from under the fuel rails. Don't worry if they don't wanna come out the boot might come off but you can just pull it out with some needle nose. It's very simple just make sure you get the plugs in there nice and tight to keep them from blowing out. Most people just run some NGK tr6 or autolites cause they have more threading. But just look at what people say about the plugs for reviews for more info
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All you need is a 7mm wrench to take off the COPs, a 5/16 or flat head for the intake tubing and your spark plug socket. Take your intake tubing off and use the 7mm to take out the COPs and pull them out from under the fuel rails. Don't worry if they don't wanna come out the boot might come off but you can just pull it out with some needle nose. It's very simple just make sure you get the plugs in there nice and tight to keep them from blowing out. Most people just run some NGK tr6 or autolites cause they have more threading. But just look at what people say about the plugs for reviews for more info
Hey thanks alot man yeah I'll have to do that one of these days
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It's like a 30 minute if you know what your doing and quick lol make sure you get those plugs in nice and tight lol
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It's like a 30 minute if you know what your doing and quick lol make sure you get those plugs in nice and tight lol
Yeah I'll double check my work
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Use some thread lubricant...
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Be carefull while the spark holes are open u don't want to mess up ur engine
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Be carefull while the spark holes are open u don't want to mess up ur engine
Yeah man last thing I want is s$&t gettin in my engine lol
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