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This is a discussion on NGK spark plugs within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; They recomended me the ngk spark plugs for my car...any good?...

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    NGK spark plugs

    They recomended me the ngk spark plugs for my car...any good?

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    you'll find a ton of people on the sites run those.......I've ran them for years.

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    NGK's are the bees knees

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    Any specific ngks tho cuz ive seen a couple....02 ss nothing special but tuning

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    ^^ This.

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    I found them at advanced auto sports over here in my city...thx guys I'm gonna try them out see the results

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    Had tr55 in for almost 3 years now,no complaints,great plugs!
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    realistically the way plugs are today you really can't go wrong as long as you stay in the correct heat range IMO. There are a lot of plugs out there I would consider to be "good" plugs.

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    I bought the TR5-IX (iridium) plugs from ngk, and seen an increase in mph....
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    i completely agree with the NGK tr55 but what is the preferred gapping (.040 or .055)?

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    In the neighborhood of .050" is the most common gap setting.

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