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why does Autolites come in 3 different plugs for the V6?

'99 - 764's
'00,'01 - 765's
'02,'03,'04 - 605's

what the hells the difference? Also, i thought the 764's were one heat range colder, for nitrous applications.

which ones are equivelent to the motorcraft 42c's?

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Feo said:
why does Autolites come in 3 different plugs for the V6?

'99 - 764's
'00,'01 - 765's
'02,'03,'04 - 605's

what the hells the difference? Also, i thought the 764's were one heat range colder, for nitrous applications.

which ones are equivelent to the motorcraft 42c's?

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Get the ones for your year car and if you are using nitrous go one range colder or just get Motorcraft like SpectorV said!!!!
 

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Danger Dude said:
Get the ones for your year car and if you are using nitrous go one range colder or just get Motorcraft like SpectorV said!!!!
why would they have 3 different plugs for the same engine? oh yeah,
it's a Ford! :D

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There are some changes in programming and timing that play a part. Also the polution control of cars even though the same engine changes year to year. There are many varibles that could change plug requirements
 

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is Feo dissing Ford? can you say BANNED? :lol:
 

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Danger Dude said:
There are some changes in programming and timing that play a part. Also the polution control of cars even though the same engine changes year to year. There are many varibles that could change plug requirements
i was just wondering why ford wouldn't do what autolite is doing, since
they're notorious for the rapings! :D

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What is Ford doing ?????
i meant it as ford not having different ranges for the v6, at least ford told
me that they were the same plug for the '99+ v6's, either in copper or
platinum, and i know the conductivity difference between both of them.
 

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I use the 605's

I dunno what temp they are (probably stock) but they're a longer thread than the 764/765's.

When I get nitrous I'll probably go buy some denso's.
 

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stangin99 said:
I use the 605's

I dunno what temp they are (probably stock) but they're a longer thread than the 764/765's.

When I get nitrous I'll probably go buy some denso's.
see, that's what i've got in my '99, i did have 765's and they seemed to burn a little better, but i'd like to know for sure what
plug is suppose to be in my engine. what auto part stores sell motorcraft?
 

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where can i buy some copper motorcraft plugs (stock heat range), besides the dealership?
 

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ah c'mon besides the dealership, i just wanna find 'em cheap! :pancake:


sorry, i just wanted to use that smilie :D

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