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Old 05-03-2011, 11:35 PM   #1
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I have a 2011 Mustang gt im spray a 100 shot of nitrous now I want to spray 150 shot my friend said I have to run a colder plug to spray more. Will runnig a colder plug hurt my all motor runs? How offen will i have to change the plugs?
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Re: Colder spark plugs

shouldnt hurt it under normal circumstances, I run a colder plug for my extra boost but when not using that extra boost it runs just fine.

If you are using a 150 shot I would check the plugs VERY regularly and change as needed.
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Old 05-04-2011, 09:38 PM   #3
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I just put hotter plugs back in my car cause I stopped spraying for now anyway mine didn't idle as well with colder plugs but it wouldn't to bad What kind of 150 shot u planning on running? What kind of timing ****** u running
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Also forgot to mention but it is cost effective to save your hot plugs to put them on when ever needed but as far as your question went they are different levels of spark and u will need to researd it online most likely, I went to auto zone and asked for a colder spark plug and everybody looking at me like a ******
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Re: Colder spark plugs

FRPP makes some. You are entering dangerous territory spraying a 150 though. Just FYI.
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Re: Colder spark plugs

As far as duration...if I was spraying a 150 shot on my car I'd be pulling plugs every bottle to make sure I'm not screwing anything up.
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wet shot and ima let the shop tune it
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