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Old 10-11-2013, 11:30 AM   #1
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Best spark plugs

I'm about to order spark plugs and want to know which one works the best for a bolt ons and tune mustang, any advice.
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Old 10-11-2013, 12:13 PM   #2
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BRISK. alllll the way !
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Ok that's what I was thinking about just wanted a second opinion.
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brisk, lol it is the only plug I will put in my car !! it is a true 1 piece plug
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Ok that's what I was thinking about just wanted a second opinion.
I thought you said " just wanted a second option... lol
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Could one of you link me to the ones for the 2006 mustang gt? Haha worried ill buy something wrong again.
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Old 10-12-2013, 12:46 AM   #7
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just call brisk direct, I got a sweet deal when I called direct !! I forget the guys name but here is the phone number tel713) 459-6977
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Thanks a ton man
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ballsy...I'm waiting to do mine until I hit 100k and then replace the heads or sell it before it even gets that old.
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ballsy...I'm waiting to do mine until I hit 100k and then replace the heads or sell it before it even gets that old.
your ballsy for waiting instead of doing it now, if you know why it happens, it is because carbon is building up, prolonging is just building up more carbon... just do it now don't be a baby and then it's done !!! or you could wait and snap everyone lol
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your ballsy for waiting instead of doing it now, if you know why it happens, it is because carbon is building up, prolonging is just building up more carbon... just do it now don't be a baby and then it's done !!! or you could wait and snap everyone lol
Huge unwanted bill if they break them though... that's why I'm waiting. If they are gonna break, I'll deal with them way down the road.
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Huge unwanted bill if they break them though... that's why I'm waiting. If they are gonna break, I'll deal with them way down the road.
The removal tool from Lisle is only about $65. You be able to rent it.
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I changed mine not to long ago and I didn't break any of them... <<< very lucky lol
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I've done a bunch of mustangs and none broke... napa has a really good tool for like 50 bucks for a worst case scenario
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What's the trick??
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What's the trick??
Spray some (not a gallon, it'll end up in the cylinder) penetrating fluid around the plug. Let it soak for about 10-15 minutes. Loosen plug 1/4 turn, tighten a little, loosen 1/2 turn, tighten a little, etc. After a few times it should unscrew normally. Take your time and it's no problem.
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Spray some (not a gallon, it'll end up in the cylinder) penetrating fluid around the plug. Let it soak for about 10-15 minutes. Loosen plug 1/4 turn, tighten a little, loosen 1/2 turn, tighten a little, etc. After a few times it should unscrew normally. Take your time and it's no problem.
That's what I did ^^ except I sprayed more after I let them soak but just for peace of mind
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have brisk in mine, u can gap them your self and no promblems out of them
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