I was just asking about them. Not serious on buying them. And, yes i used and to start a sentence, if you were to ##### slap me i would have to beat you senless so that you wouldnt be so dumb to post something like that again.
LOL..Stang01 said:I was just asking about them. Not serious on buying them. And, yes i used and to start a sentence, if you were to ##### slap me i would have to beat you senless so that you wouldnt be so dumb to post something like that again.
Been there, done that. MY 66 had some pretty screwed up plugs and wires. I changed them out for new copper core plugs and a good set of motorcraft wires.. and it was like I had a brand new car.just as long as your stock plugs are either fouled to crap, or you dont have any in there
where in southern CA? i used to live in orange county, i loved it there.Stang01 said:I was just asking about them. Not serious on buying them. And, yes i used and to start a sentence, if you were to ##### slap me i would have to beat you senless so that you wouldnt be so dumb to post something like that again.
Rellik said:Though I'm sitll undecided about Splitfire and Bosch Platinum 4+. Multiple sparks can be a good thing.
V6PowerStang said:if you go buy some bosch platinum 4 pronged spark plugs i'm just going to have to ##### slap you. they just aren't worth it. maybe .140 hp. trust me it's not worth it.
i don't hate them... when/if i get blown i'm going to probably go with some fancy spark plug. there just is no use for them on a near stock car. i've seen them in this testing equipment and i got to see the different sparks rotate to each prong for each spark, cool looking! about an msd... a good spark is needed on non stock cars. eventually i will get an msd ignition, fancy colored wires and fancy spark plugs, but not until they're more needed.Rellik said:I'm going tomorrow night
Since you obviously hate multiple sparking spark plugs... what's your take on MSD (Multilple Spark Discharge) Systems?
please stop being a tool my friend! hahhaah i'm sorry but you need to chill out and realize a computer won't do anything for your reaction time. you have to start before the green light so that your car actually accelerates right when it does turn green. i'm still working on my launches so i stage deep (roll up really close to the end of the second staging laser, you'll see). good luck though. i'm not trying to give you a hard time, you're just being a geek.Rellik said:I've been practicing with a computer lighting tree. My finger can get a .531 on it's best day (.6-.7 usually)... but my foot in reality is going to be a completly different story. I know I'm going to be nervous my first time at the staging lines... thats expected from ANYONE.
Like I said... Win or loose, redlight or break out, I'm doing this for fun :mrgreen: I'll have a smile on my face the whole time. :mrgreen:
oh ok.Stang01 said:V6PowerStang,
i was also being sarcastic
i wasn't trying to come across like i did, i don't like typing things because i don't come across well sometimes. it is good to get familiar with the tree. let us know how you do.Rellik said:Didn't I tell you that There is a huge difference between my foot and my finger? Or did I fail to metion that I was doing it so I can get used to the way the tree works (ie, lighting sequences, and timing of the lights after the first yellow). I KNOW that computers wont tell me anything but my finger reaction time. But even you'll admit that there is nothing wrong with wanting to KNOW how something works before you're faced with it in a real life situation.
Geek or not...Knowledge is power.