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    plugs with sts turbo

    What kinda spark plugs would work best for sts turbo with 10#s of boost?
    I have e3 diamond fire plugs but the 2 last of the driver side look like thr messing up. The other 6 are perfect.
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    trust me AcDelco the best high perf. spark plugs and cables its bulshit

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    I haven't heard too many people with ac delco with there procharger kits or turbo kits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAMSS2002 View Post
    I haven't heard too many people with ac delco with there procharger kits or turbo kits.
    i dont want to lay to you but as far as i know original parts AcDelco are the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armani Camaro View Post
    i dont want to lay to you but as far as i know original parts AcDelco are the best
    They are definitely the wrong heat range and gap for a boosted a car...

    I usually run TR6's up to about 11-12psi, TR7's from about 11-18psi and 8's after that, though this is being very general.

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    And that I have heard.... I will go with those... but why only the last two plugs on the driverside?? The others are way too clean. Not just ok but they look brand new.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    They are definitely the wrong heat range and gap for a boosted a car...

    I usually run TR6's up to about 11-12psi, TR7's from about 11-18psi and 8's after that, though this is being very general.

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