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Username Post: A education on Spark Plugs
N8sToolz 
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02-22-12 08:50 PM - Post#2194063    
    In response to busterrm

Talking from a stock point of view here.
I am a believer in running A/C's in GM, Autolite in Ford and Champions in Chryslers. On more than one occasion a misfire I have traced back to the plugs. Even shortly after a 'tune up'. I didn't believe it until I actually had a comeback for a misfire shortly after a tune up and I had used the 'wrong' brand plugs. So as far as I am concerned that's I roll in the stock world.

Also for some reason Honda's love to foul plugs to the point they don't start. They get NGK's as do toyotas and subarus.

1982 Chevy K20 Converted from C20.
355/700R4
2002 Yamaha XVS1100CL VStar
2002 S10 2WD

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