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Old 07-23-2012, 01:52 PM   #1
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The famous TR6 plugs by NKG?

Hey guys. I'm lookin to get a set of new plugs and coils for my 2v. So I hear the TR6's by nkg are really good for blowers, but I was wondering if they would be good to run n/a? You know with them being the kind that run a colder spark, they are good for n2o and blowers. So I didn't think they would be good for n/a? Do you guys think otherwise???
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Re: The famous TR6 plugs by NKG?

I run them in a range cooler than stock due to my higher than stock boost level. A plug is a plug, a good brand is fine just get the correct range plug. Many run them in blower setups not sure why over OEM other than OEm doesnt offer the range they need.
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I run them in a range cooler than stock due to my higher than stock boost level. A plug is a plug, a good brand is fine just get the correct range plug. Many run them in blower setups not sure why over OEM other than OEm doesnt offer the range they need.
So what your sayin is don't bother just stay oem...
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Re: The famous TR6 plugs by NKG?

OEM will do just fine, there really isnt any power to gain from different brand plugs, just get the right heat range and the right material for your setup. A good OEM brand is fine.
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I run NGK TR6 with gap at .035 with boost levels over 9lbs in hot Georgia climate. I was running 15lbs with the TR6's with no problems. If your are N/A stay motorcraft with stock gap.
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